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adjective above the average, beyond compare, brought to perfection, chief, choice, crowning, distinguished, exceptional, exemplary, extraordinary, faultless, favorite, first-class, first-rate, flawless, foremost, greater, highest, incomparable, inimitable, matchless, maximum, most desirable, most excellent, optimal, paramount, peerless, perfect, preeminent, record-breaking, sans pareil, second to none, select, superior, superlative, supernormal, supreme, surpassing, top-level, top-notch, topmost, transcendent, unequaled, unparalleled, unrivaled, uppermost, without comparison
Associated concepts: best ability, best and highest use, best bid, best efforts, best energies, best evidence, best interests, best interests of a child, best interests of the public, best quality, best skill and discretion or judgment, best testimony
See also: absolute, cardinal, ideal, outstanding, premium, prime, select, subdue, superlative, transcend, utmost
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The teachers including Allah Baksh Qasier, Aslam Gujar and Shafiq Bowaliya and other said that they welcome the regularization order and hoped that the teachers will try best to deliver to the best of their capabilities.
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Government will not only encourage talent but also provide funding and try best to make use of the innovative effort, they said.
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I will try best to attract foreign investment in Pakistan to boost economy and reduce unemployment," he said.
Wife of the Ambassador, Suzzane Heyward said that she will try best to infuse confidence in business women by encouragement and capacity building measures.