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As a rule, however, even in the case of extreme varieties, a careful examination of the specimen will enable it to be identified.
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It stands at one extreme of our currency, with a dollar of gold set aside behind each dollar of paper.
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Our beloved Queen had drawn the teeth of the Turkish counter-attack on our extreme left.
Rather late that evening we administered extreme unction to him, for otherwise he was sufficiently prepared for it.
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It was held to be certain death to climb to its summit, and foolhardy in the extreme to go far up its sides.
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Megaloblasts are found in pernicious anemia, and with extreme rarity in any other condition.

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