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Within the four-county region, Osceola lags furthest behind with 42 percent of its 24,563 insurance claims settled and closed, according to the state Office of Insurance Regulation’s report filed Friday.
Sanders’s plan would go furthest, essentially converting the U.S. insurance industry into a federal, single-payer system.
Higher-income white people went furthest in underestimating the white/black wage and wealth gaps.
Facebook has gone furthest by having its members tag friends on photos so the firm’s algorithms can recognise them on other pictures.
But Sinyangwe said Montana’s law goes furthest in actually restricting this type of equipment, making it the best model.
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FURTHEST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of furthest for English Language Learners
: most distant in space or time
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