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  • adj. superlative form of flush: most flush.


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  • Some of America's flushest companies do a great deal of business with the Mubarak regime.

    Phil Trupp: Big Bucks on Egypt's Misery Scale

  • And the last 12 months weren't exactly the flushest time in U.S. history.

    IMAX's CEO On Hit-Making

  • There's something sweetly just about the fact that the largest, flushest companies are not typically the ones to introduce the ideas that flip the world on its head.

    Daniel Dworkin: Creativity and Madness

  • With an eye to how these leading business titans are doing during the recession, we took a look at the fortunes of the flushest, most powerful men in Russia this year, and a few themes emerged.

    Russia's Billionaires: The STILL Extravagant Lifestyles Of The Oligarchs (PHOTOS)

  • The Metronorth example he cites is one of the several dozen I could point to this year alone, It costs $3 million per annum for the NYT to have its Bagdad bureau, and even in the flushest of times, such expenditures were made purely because the Sulzbergers, for all their other various mistakes, thought we should know what was going on in the war.

    There, there, Ron « BuzzMachine

  • Some of the Middle East's biggest and flushest investors see today's financial turmoil as a buying opportunity.

    Mideast Buyers Bet on Woes

  • We can glance briefly at its slumbrous first epoch in a couple of short chapters; at its second and wider-awake epoch in a couple more; at its flushest and widest-awake epoch in a good many succeeding chapters; and then talk about its comparatively tranquil present epoch in what shall be left of the book.

    Life on the Mississippi

  • It was then spring -- spring in its first and flushest glory -- when not a blade of grass but sent a perfume to the air, the happy air, --

    The Disowned — Volume 06

  • Commentary: Quest to keep production dollars turns into a survival of the flushest Q&A: Chuck Lorre


  • Commentary: Quest to keep production dollars turns into a survival of the flushest Commentary: The naysayers discover that Oscar still has some bounce left in his step Q&A: Tyler Perry



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