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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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Low tax-to-GDP ratio is hampering development for which we are trying best while enhanced transparency has been ensured in the FBR.
He said that government is trying best to bring Balochistan at par with other developed areas of Pakistan while paying special attention on the socio-economic development of the local population.
Low tax-to-GDP ratio was hampering development for which improvement, we were trying best while enhanced transparency had been ensured in the FBR, he added.
Apex chamber is in contact with the authorities are trying best to get the problems resolved as soon as possible, said President FPCCI Abdul Rauf Alam.
He added that the IUB had been trying best to preserve and promote the livestock and plants/herbs and shrubs of Cholistan.
Islamabad -- Islamabad Chamber of Small Traders on Sunday said Afghanistan is trying best to harm Pakistan's economy by forwarding unreasonable demands which is not improving relations between the two countries.
Briefing a group of senior journalists and columnists he said that almost two million people were prone to eye related diseases in Pakistan and Al-Shifa is trying best to serve as many patients as possible with focus on children.
He informed that Ghana, a country with population of 27 million, attracted foreign investment of four billion dollars and it enjoys 71st position in the index of economic freedom while the government was trying best to further improve the situation.
He said that NAB is trying best to make Pakistan a corruption-free country so that masses and business community can reap the dividends of progress.
While speaking to President FPCCI Abdul Rauf Alam during a meeting, Chairman NAB Qamar said that NAB is trying best to make Pakistan a corruption-free country so that masses and business community can reap the dividends of progress, said a press release issued on Wednesday.