lattermost


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lattermost

(ˈlætəˌməʊst)
adj
a less common word for last1

lat•ter•most

(ˈlæt ərˌmoʊst, -məst)

adj.
latest; last.
[1815–25]
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lattermost

adjective
Bringing up the rear:
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The lattermost point can be taken literally: in Oct, China kidnapped the president of Interpol, Meng Hongwei, who hasn't been seen since and is feared dead.
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The former two scaffolds serve to facilitate cell proliferation, whereas the lattermost product serves as a replacement for the existing structure.
The lattermost is notable for its growing use of machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies.
This is evident from the selective list of conflict flashpoints articulated in the document--namely, "the unresolved issue of Kashmir, the violation of treaty arrangements on sharing of natural resources and the organized and deliberate support by external powers to militant organizations engaged in sub-conventional activities inside Pakistan." The lattermost grievance is an allusion to India's alleged support of militant separatists operating in Pakistan's restive province of Baluchistan.
(2) Heliodorus' relationship to that lattermost genre, historiography, is the most important for establishing the text's claim to verisimilitude.