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  • Suddenly, when the market was at its uppermost point, the order would be countermanded and a large supply brought forward for sale. Cited from Camp-Fire and Cotton-Field, by Thomas W. Knox
  • Having thus built your Square, chuse the extreme right-hand card in its Uppermost Row. Cited from The Square of Sevens, by E. Irenaeus Stevenson
  • The tendency is for a tree to continue its growth from its uppermost or terminal buds. Cited from Apple Growing, by M. C. Burritt
  • The pagoda is usually over two meters high and its uppermost part is inlaid with a circle of small white stones.
  • From its uppermost floors, there are views out to Kings Park and the Indian Ocean.
  • Its uppermost reaches are within open country and accessible to walkers.
  • On windy days, the tower has been known to lean up to, as measured from its uppermost mast.
  • This reflected coloured light is always mixed with a certain amount of white light reflected from the actual surface of the body before penetrating its uppermost layer. Cited from The Chemistry of Hat Manufacturing, by Watson Smith
  • The wash-stick was a wooden stick with a handle at its uppermost part and four to five prongs at its base.
  • In the madrigal's later stages of development its uppermost voice was often highly elaborate, with the lower voice, the tenor, much less so.
  • The most densely populated part of the jungle is in its uppermost reaches.
  • All was clear about Monte Rosa, and the yellow morning light shone brightly upon its uppermost snows. Cited from Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Vol. VI, Ed. by Francis W. Halsey
  • It rises in the Apennine Mountains and runs east for or if the Meta is included as its uppermost reach.
  • In addition to being one of the first Japanese castles with a tower keep, Azuchi was unique in that its uppermost story was octagonal.
  • The stands are very narrow and steeply pitched, bringing the back row of its uppermost tier to a height rarely seen in modern stadiums.
  • These streams are listed in order of confluence with the river from its uppermost point to its confluence with the River Ogmore.
  • Leaving its uppermost headwaters, San Juan Creek flows south and west in several meanders, then finally proceeds to flow west-southwest.
  • There were flying machines of many kinds in the air, but John promptly picked out one which seemed to be coming with the flight of an eagle out of its uppermost heights. Cited from The Forest of Swords, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • The shield margins have been sculpted by continental ice, and its uppermost member includes volcano-glacial facies.
  • Due to the desirability of this outdoor space, buildings may be designed with such setbacks on more than one of its uppermost levels, to allow apartments on several levels to feature such terraces.
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