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ultimate

(ŭl′tĭm-ĭt) [L. ultimus, last]
Final or last.
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Although the taxpayer in Temple (who originally claimed over 58% in discounts) was ultimately able to value the gifts at more than $7 million below the assets' underlying values, it is unclear how much weight the district court's decision will carry.
While working towards these ends, Drag ultimately affirms the commitment to poetic experimentation that Harris has demonstrated in her individual work and her efforts as a member of the Black Took Collective.
Santorum is saying something more like the reverse: If you shore up the family, you will strengthen the social fabric and ultimately reduce dependence on government.
Ultimately, for fiscal rules to work, there either must be a benefit from adherence to the rules that shows up sufficiently strongly and credibly for some groups in society to insist on enforcement of the rules, or the rules must themselves be enforced by threats and if necessary punishments from an outside authority.
The flexibility, price and performance offered by solutions such as Gluecode's ultimately will benefit enterprise customers, providing them with an entirely new model for acquiring and managing the software that powers their business.
These technologies will ultimately pay their own way," he predicts, "and customer demand will drive the availability of these systems across the fleet.
But the largely happy selection of all-American music--which includes Aaron Copland and Scott Joplin--lends this full-company piece for C, Kent, Otis Cook, Mark Fucik, Renee Jaworski, and Jennifer Macavinta a decided air of vapidness in both its monotonous assortment of movement (acrobatic and circusy, with little room for much else) and Americana-flavored soundtrack, which is ultimately less moving than sappy.
The one point that Blue's Clues has in common with Sesame Street-and ultimately, Gladwell argues, this is the key in this example-is that both shows used extensive research to turn good ideas into better ones.
Entitled "The Persecution of the Christian Churches," the installment outlined the Nazi plan to repress and ultimately abolish Christianity in order to establish a national religion devoted to the Reich.
To honour its best intentions, the charter was inspired to contain the power of the state and, ultimately, prevent the recurrence of the horrors of human history: genocide, enslavement, and dehumanization.
Although both argue the need to link cognition to feeling, Crane's allegiance is ultimately more to cognition, Frey's to feeling.
Legal theories undergo the same torturous scrutiny as scientific theories: they are subjected to peer review, challenges, and political judgments, and they ultimately survive by the test of time.