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Gross

The amount before any subtractions are made. For example, the amount that a person earns from an employer represents his gross income. He then subtracts his tax liability and other deductions to arrive at his net income.
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Over five years you breached the trust of the parish in the grossest manner
Increasingly, the incentive to have the biggest, fastest, scariest, steepest, grossest, costliest ride is turning the old-fashioned amusement park into a kind of walk-in Guinness Book of Records contest.
Jailing Weaver for four years and Phillips for four years six months, the judge said they "acted in the grossest breach of trust".
Some people would think that's the grossest thing in the world.
Soccer fans said in a poll the grossest thing they had seen in a stadium was El-Hadji Diouf of Bolton spitting at another player.
Pulp' royale: Hipster director Quentin Tarantino filled his neo-classic movie "Pulp Fiction" with some of the grossest images this side of "Casino" (remember John Travolta thrusting a syringe into Uma Thurman's heart?
Jailing Okolo, in relation to the child abuse, Judge Andrew Lockhart QC told him: "It was plainly a very, very disturbing piece of video footage, and one which would have involved the grossest of abuses of a very, very young child who was effectively raped.
Expect fights, car chases and one of the grossest love scenes of all time, as grubby old Regan gets his mitts on poor Hayley Atwell.
This is the grossest distortion of what is going on - and that is putting it politely.
He said: "This was very serious, in breach of trust of the grossest sort.
The Trash Pack are the grossest guys who live in the garbage and there's 208 stickers of them to collect, produced by Spanish company Giromax.
But it eliminates the grossest injustices, and that is why it should be deployed across all sports.