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  • adj. superlative form of neat: most neat.

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Examples

  • The coolest-or maybe "neatest" - thing about the DSi is its standard suite of multimedia toys.

    Vue Weekly

  • One of the neatest is the ability to swap your Dragon Crystals - the only one of the four in-game resources that you can buy as an in-app purchase - for gold, food or lumber.

    Pocket Gamer | www.pocketgamer.co.uk | Latest additions

  • Dr Clarke says it is the "neatest" discovery he has made in more than 20 years of studying

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • "I don't know if amending the Constitutional provisions on ARMM is necessarily the 'neatest' way to do this," he said, citing other options such as: deleting the whole set (Secs.

    MindaNews Feeds

  • You can find this kind of entry in every libs 'and reporter's diary: Dear Diary, today I met the neatest guy.

    Obama criticizes political motives of health care reform opponents

  • The neatest old cannon I have found is in a nearby Cities former Armory, a bronze Napoleon gun cast in Macon Georgia.

    The James Rifle

  • The neatest solution to this crisis – the return of the chanteuse through the "wild card" system, permitting Cole to reprieve one previous ejectee – was then scuppered by the revelation that the Home Office is threatening to vote the singer and her family off the island, claiming that her mother has illegally claimed benefits – a suggestion strongly contested by the family's lawyers.

    The Gamu Nhengu Factor

  • Hey, I just Saw the neatest set of 3 Old wood handle metal saws in great condition ….

    Citigroup: eBay Still Has Plenty to Prove

  • Bryson does cater to this particular pathology -- an earlier volume promised us "A Short History of Nearly Everything" -- but the angel in this case is in the details, the human details, which suggest that even the neatest narrative can't assimilate every mystery.

    Book review: 'At Home' by Bill Bryson

  • Also, the other neatest thing about the store that I think really keeps it in business is that they have shelf-talkers.

    How Dead Is the Video Rental Business? » DVDs Worth Watching

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