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first and foremost


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  • adv. Primarily; most importantly.


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  • Ray Anderson, the CEO of the carpet manufacturer Interface and a sustainable business pioneer, says that a full 97 percent of all the energy and material that goes into manufacturing products is wasted: “We are operating an industrial system that is, in fact, first and foremost a waste-making machine.”


  • Of the musical acquaintances we have to notice first and foremost Julius Fontana, who himself said that he was a daily visitor at Chopin's house.

    Frederic Chopin as a Man and Musician

  • In fact, his Strict Observance was basically an alchemical network, and he himself was first and foremost an alchemist27.

    The Templar Revelation

  • Call her Faerie Queen, Gloriana, Astraea, Cynthia, Britomart to your heart's content she is first and foremost a politician, and not a goddess.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • For Sartre is first and foremost a moralist, even though his major early work L'Etre et le néant is described as an “essay in phenomenological ontology.”


  • Moreover, my colleague Khin Khlaru is, like myself, first and foremost a historian, and a man of honor and intelligence.


  • Edmond Rabb was first and foremost a venture capitalist.

    Fatal Care

  • Traditional marketing is first and foremost functional features-and-benefits F&B marketing.

    Experiential Marketing

  • We realise that if we are going to go ahead we need first and foremost SOLIDARITY.


  • PYTHAGORAS was not merely a mathematician. he was first and foremost a philosopher, whose philosophy found in number the basis of all things, because number, for him, alone possessed stability of relationship.

    Bygone Beliefs


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