Latest

  • (adj): Up to the immediate present; most recent or most up-to-date.
    Example: "The very latest scientific discoveries"
    Synonyms: up-to-the-minute
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Army Jacket Winter - Reviews
... His latest album, "Army Jacket Winter," is superb ... The disc is the latest chapter in this pilgrim's progress and, yet again, his latest is his best to date...Shain's songwriting is stellar, as is his guitar work ...
List Of The Larry Sanders Show Characters - Professional Associates - Agents - Leo
... Larry wants to go after "the Letterman money" in the latest contract negotiations as he feels he deserves it after doing the show for six years ... However, he can hardly hide his disappointment with the latest offer Leo comes back with after lunch with the network's head of business affairs ... shaking his head in disappointment followed by an instruction to Leo to pass on the network's latest official offer ...
Lemur Project - Latest Version
... The latest version of the Indri search engine is 5.3 ... The final and latest available version of the Lemur Toolkit is version 4.12 ...
Clubland (dance Brand) - Website
... The Clubland website Clubland.fm is used for fans to catch up on the latest news in Clubland as well as to see the tracklistings for all the Clubland albums ... Fans can also listen to the latest Clubland tracks and see the latest Clubland videos ... Clubland Shop and new Hardcore section, with all the latest news in Clubland X-Treme Hardcore ...

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Famous quotes containing the word latest:

    A pleasant comedy, which paints the manners of the age, and exposes a faithful picture of nature, is a durable work, and is transmitted to the latest posterity. But a system, whether physical or metaphysical, commonly owes its success to its novelty; and is no sooner canvassed with impartiality than its weakness is discovered.
    David Hume (1711–1776)

    The latest refinements of science are linked with the cruelties of the Stone Age.
    Winston Churchill (1874–1965)

    It is grateful to make one’s way through this latest generation as through dewy grass.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)