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lowest

(Far below), adjective all the way down, ennirely under, extremely far under, furthest down, inferior in position, rock-bottom, under, way down, way under

lowest

(Least), adjective fewest, littlest, minimal, smallest
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In autumn season, for gill tissue highest Zn level was observed in Arsuz, whereas the lowest level was observed in Cevlik (Table IV).
The President said favoring the lowest bidder could be a 'source of corruption.
Regarding N-50 road project, two separate bidders turned out to be lowest evaluated bidders and hence qualify for award of contracts.
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We compare the prices and after, the decision is taken to adopt the lowest price, a proposal is sent to the Executive Office of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) which then gives the final approval," said Dr Amiri while explaining the process.
In London, The Europa is offering the lowest rate of $26.
Already Lowest Unique Bid Response: You will get this response if the bid you have sent earlier is already Lowest Unique.
It is also the best for training, but has the lowest ratio of HR staff to every 100 of its police of all forces in the country.
By contrast, the cost of HAART was not directly related to stage of the disease and fluctuated only between about $9,407 and $11,935 per year; consequently, HAART represented 68% of costs for individuals with the highest CD4 cell counts, but only 30% for those with the lowest counts.
If a slit size is smaller then the characteristic size of the neutron wave function in the lowest quantum state [z.
has announced the next generation of its EasyPath solution as the FPGA industry's lowest cost and only conversion-free replacement to ASICs for volume production.
Third-graders who scored in the lowest 25 percent of the FCAT in reading and second-graders who scored in the lowest 25 percent of SAT 9 test in reading, or 244 students, attended one of five sites in the community, such as local libraries or churches, over four weeks, three hours a day, four days a week.