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ultimately

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishultimatelyul‧ti‧mate‧ly /ˈʌltəmətli/ ●●○ W3 AWL adverb  ENDfinally, after everything else has been done or considered[sentence adverb] Ultimately, the decision rests with the child’s parents. a long but ultimately successful campaign
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ultimatelyThe gene they ultimately isolated is the blueprint for a protein called the alpha-7 nicotinic cholinergic receptor.They ultimately sent 15 ambulances to the auditorium, at Grand Avenue and Washington Boulevard.As long as all the amino acids are present, all protein is ultimately the same.He believed that ultimately, Timex would have to sit down, negotiate, and take the workers back.Thus began the process which eventually led to the peasants ceasing to sow grain and ultimately to the New Economic Policy.The ultimately unknown and the ultimately powerful, it is the source of all beings.However, league and player representatives ultimately will decide the issue.Even when the notation of early scores is open to interpretative prejudice, one must still ultimately work from a prepared text.Ultimately, you'll have to decide for yourself.
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