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  • s  located farthest to the rear

  • Operating day night on a devil-take-the-hindmost policy, "Bull Bill" Jeffers has butted his brow through so many walls, bellowed down so many other czars that he finally got a .
  • Even the isolationist New York Daily News, which would prefer a free atomic armament race, and devil take the hindmost, said that the Baruch plan was best, if there had to be a .
  • For Mississippi, the Civil War marked not only the end of glory, but also the beginning of a dismal record as the hindmost state of the reconstructed union in wealth, education .
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  • Herb Wills: Cox just too fast for the devil
    Column by Herb Wills -- Tallahassee's Devil-Take-The-Hindmost Run was back on Saturday, July 20, and Stephen Cox, an assistant track coach at Maclay School, was the only runner to evade the 'Devil,' victorious after 18 laps.
    July 29, 2013 - Tallahassee Democrat

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