Uses for the term extreme, which is sometimes spelled xtreme, include:

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Extreme - Other Uses
... Extreme Pita, a Canadian-based restaurant chain Chevrolet S-10 xtreme. ...
Extreme Points Of Wales
... This is a list of the extreme points and extreme elevations in Wales. ...
GTR Evolution - Vehicles - WTCC Extreme Class
... Seat Leon Extreme BMW 320 Extreme Chevrolet Lacetti Extreme Alfa Romeo 156 Extreme ...
Stunt Pogo
... Extreme Pogo or Xpogo is an action sport which involves riding and performing tricks on extreme pogo sticks, defined as such by their durability and potential for height ... Extreme pogo is a relatively new extreme sport and is currently emerging into popular culture as evidenced by the growing number of Xpogo athletes around the globe, growing ...
Red Jacket (clipper)
... Like many other fast clippers it is claimed that she is an extreme clipper, but this is technically incorrect ... Extreme clippers were some of the clippers built in the period 1850 to 1852 only, and had at least a 40" dead rise at half floor ... Being known as an extreme clipper was to be known as fast, and it became popular to call all fast clippers "extreme" ...

Famous quotes containing the word extreme:

    The melancholy of having to count souls
    Where they grow fewer and fewer every year
    Is extreme where they shrink to none at all.
    It must be I want life to go on living.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    It is true that this man was nothing but an elemental force in motion, directed and rendered more effective by extreme cunning and by a relentless tactical clairvoyance .... Hitler was history in its purest form.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    Individualism, pushed to anarchy, in the family is as ill- founded theoretically and as mischievous practically as it is in the State; while extreme regimentation is a certain means of either destroying self-reliance or of maddening to rebellion.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–95)