Did you perhaps mean farthest?
- n. alternative spelling of fact sheet.
““A new factsheet from the National Academies and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security offers clear, objective information on “dirty bombs” and other devices that could be used in a radiological terrorist attack.”
“Two versions of a council "factsheet" were issued at the briefing.”
“The rest of the "factsheet" is pure, uninformed, poorly written opinion.”
“However, that is the government’s case, which it then elaborates on the FCO "factsheet", stating unequivocally, that the Charter "will not create a right to strike in the UK.”
“More detailed information on the treatment of property in the means test for permanent care home provision is available in AgeUK's factsheet 38.”
“The White House released a factsheet just ahead of Mr. Obama's visit this week to a school in Columbus, Ohio.”
“The Ohio factsheet shows his jobs plan includes $986 million to support revitalizing schools and has "the potential to support" as many as 12,800 jobs.”
“A White House factsheet for instance on Florida, a battleground state in the 2012 presidential election, says Mr. Obama's jobs bill would provide the state with $1.6 billion to update roads and railways "that could support a minimum of approximately 20,500 local jobs.”
“Mr. Obama's jobs plan could create or "support," as the White House factsheet says, more jobs but it is unclear how many.”
“In 2004, the State Department created a "factsheet" called The Link Between Prostitution and Trafficking that defined prostitution as "inherently harmful" and proclaimed that it is intrinsically "brutal and damaging to people.”
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Looking for tweets for factsheet.