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ultimate

(ŭl′tĭm-ĭt) [L. ultimus, last]
Final or last.
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But ultimately, it will require a re-toughening of the calluses our ancestors developed building our nation.
From this sociologic approach, the physician loss of status is the etiology of the physician demoralization problem, and ultimately, will prevent the higher levels of functioning necessary to be "actualized.
The discounts ultimately applied by the court to the various gifts were determined in one of three ways depending on the particular partnership and the gift's size.
Armed with her new credentials, Jackson began representing several firms primarily involved in the retail industry, including the Rouse Company--in which Trizec-Hahn then held a major share and that would ultimately be sold for $7 billion to General Growth Properties--the then fledgling Simon corporation, and US newcomer, Westfield.
Although the improvements will come at a cost to equipment buyers, the EPA has estimated that ultimately that cost will be minimal.
Infused with a set of complex harmonies and (dis)articulations, Drag ultimately announces Harris's arrival as a strong voice within contemporary poetry-American and otherwise-while her searing cityscapes yield to oases of cool in poems like "Twin-Woman, Mother Tree,"</p>
Galston notes, Washington and (especially) Adams stood at one end of a spectrum of debate, and it was a debate they ultimately lost.
What Lakoff claims is that the manipulative power of language framing is ultimately more important to a successful political message than the ideas behind it.
The Italian gross public debt-to-GDP ratio only tell from a high of 134 percent to 117 percent, and has since remained largely unchanged, despite the marked decline in interest rates reducing outlays for debt service, a lot of one-time asset sales and privatizations, and the existence of the SGR Ultimately, real GDP growth declined on average in the 1990s after the short-term boost from adjusting the ERM peg in 1992-93--again despite the fact that Italy had more to gain from the credibility bonus of eurozone membership and ending of currency risk than perhaps any other economy.
Ultimately, he maintains that "thin slicing" is a valuable skill that is not only superior to other methods of decision-making, but one that can be improved.
Gluecode's support of the Geronimo platform ultimately extends increased software choice and flexibility to enterprise IT departments.
Ultimately working-class opposition to reformers' efforts aided those who sought segregation of activities rather than purity.