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Most people think of robots as machines that look like people.
Most business meetings are held at the company's main office.
A few of the moths are gray, but most are white.
Most of us enjoy shopping.
Johnson spent most of his life in the South.
We go sailing most weekends.
Most of the time we sit around playing cards.
Zurich is Switzerland's most important city.
The English Patient was one of the most successful movies ever made.
Who do you think is most likely to win the next presidential election?
Even the most carefully prepared plans sometimes go wrong.
My time in the navy was by far the most exciting period of my life.
The whole process will take half an hour at the most.
A new engine would cost, at most, two thousand dollars.
She guessed him to be in his late thirties. Forty at the very most.
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the amount of money that a business makes or loses
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