Foremostly

Fore´most`ly


adv.1.In the foremost place or order; among the foremost.
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Her colleagues couldn't be any happier for Jane, foremostly Angel Locsin, who played Darna on a GMA TV series in 2005.
Firstly and foremostly, this comprises tackling the troubled Tory legacy of May and David Cameron which has seen the shambles over Brexit, but also wider political drift, and the possibility of the United Kingdom itself unravelling.
'We should foremostly, undertake research and development that is capable of producing products and services.
Butch with wife Beng, president Danny Concepcion and Gaby Roldan-Concepcion I ended with a few appeals, addressed mainly to the friends I was leaving behind foremostly, to keep the University's liberal spirit alive.
This foremostly involves the ability to manage the entire construct in a smooth and efficient manner according to internationally acknowledged principles of operational economics, to utilizse all of its components, hence maximising capitalisation on assets.
Firstly, and foremostly, there is the opportunity to contribute to a very worthwhile charity.
This study was a process that produced many insights on the theme, however and foremostly, it provided an interactive and non-unilateral apprenticeship between interviewers and interviwees, on the meanings and values of work.
"The role of ZSR should not be to build container terminals but rather, and foremostly, building the basic infrastructure and its maintenance in operational state," Rastislav Cenky of the non-governmental Institute for Transport and Economy said, as cited by Sme.
In addition to the protests, the summit is expected to deal with some thorny issues, foremostly North Korea, which first successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile last Tuesday is likely to overshadow all other trade and diplomatic discussions.
The European canon of constitutionality is in particular said to be made up of fundamental rights, originally as derived from the constitutional traditions common to Member States, now as foremostly enshrined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights; this canon is said to be specifically defined by the relevance of the "four" economic freedoms and the principle of undistorted competition, as affirmed in the founding Treaties of the European Communities, which can (and regularly are) depicted as fundamental rights (although not very frequently it is added that economic freedoms are the operationalization of the right to private property and entrepreneurial freedom).
Foremostly, this ratification signifies national resolve, as a responsible and confident nuclear power, towards security of nuclear material and facilities inside its territory.
(27) Corporate organizations operate, and are governed, by a mixture of mandatory rules, contractual undertakings, fiduciary obligations, and foremostly through highly fluid governance mechanisms that link officers, directors, and residual claimants.