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Almost all: In mathematics, the phrase "almost all" has a number of specialised uses which extend its intuitive meaning.
- also known as 幾乎所有
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Prisoners in War (2010)
by Sibylle Scheipers
thinkers reinterpreted this idea in light of the Crusades and understood it as legitimizing almost all means against the infidel 'other';. The idea of the non- Roman enemy was reinterpreted as meaning non-Christian, so that Muslims (or ...
Crimes Against Humanity (2006)
The Struggle For Global Justice by Geoffrey Robertson
This is a motive for its delay in some cases, but the reason for delay in almost all is that governments are not bound to respond to its inquiries within any ...
by Eric W. Weisstein
All-Poles Model MAXIMUM ENTROPY METHOD All-to-All Communication GOSSIPING Almost All Given a property P,
More Than 10,000 Alternatives to Wordy Phrases by Robert Hartwell Fiske, Richard Lederer
almost all (of); ( nine) in (ten) (of); many (of); most (of); much (of); nearly all (of); (43) of(48) (of); ( 67) ...
by Alan Earl-Slater
almost all the time. Moderate pain: (a) occasionally, (b) frequently, (c) almost all the time. Severe pain: (a) occasionally, (b) frequently, (c) almost all the time. Agonising pain: (a) occasionally, ...
GRAMMAR You usually use almost with all, everyone, or everything: Almost all Japanese people like sushi. • Almost everyone agreed that it was a good idea. X Don't say 'Almost Japanese people like sushi.' You also use almost with a verb, ...
by Robert Hartwell Fiske
/almost all (of)/many (of)/most (of)/much (of)/nearly all (of)/three-fourths (two- thirds) (of). • Businessland Inc. says mice represent a substantial part of its ...
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An alternate for the group photo. Almost all are there. Just the students.
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- Almost all
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- Almost all the Wishes Have Been Made
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- Almost all...
Brisket tacos at On The Border Restaurant, Alpharetta, Georgia
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- Almost all the same...
Four Bedfords, one Austin and one Chevrolet... Seen in the grounds of the John Stewart Collection.
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- Almost all gone :-(
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- Almost all gone
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- Almost All Over
Erin smiling as usual.
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- Oamaru - Almost All New Zealand Books
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- Almost all set up
Adelsberger working hard as usual
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Quotes about Almost all
The reserve of modern assertions is sometimes pushed to extremes, in which the fear of being contradicted leads the writer to strip himself of almost all sense and meaning. (Winston Churchill)
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