acme of perfection

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They adopted the long, sweeping passes from wing to wing, delivered with the acme of perfection, and the entire machine weaved and wielded with a precision which was a sheer delight.
Blair's "New Labour" is the very acme of perfection and can do no possible wrong.
He is MEEK (no doubt turning the other CHEEK) but is he the ACME of perfection, or just a HAM or HACK?
Sotheby's are offering a large tilt-top mahogany tea table described in The Blue Book: Philadelphia Furniture (1935) by William MacPherson Hornor as 'the acme of perfection in American pie-crust tables'.