one final thing

one final thing

The last comment or criticism one has to say (about someone or something). I just have one final thing I'd like to add about your proposal that I think would improve things greatly. One final thing, Tom—if you ever try something like that again, I'll make sure you never work in this industry again.
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Chapman mentioned one final thing, perhaps the most important: authenticity.
If I found out the world was ending today, I 'd sit and write one final thing.
One final thing which I'm keen to check with Tom is the online account of his near-death experience in 2000 when he was on a flight from London to Nairobi.
But I will say one final thing, the investigation is carried out by the army command and my meeting with the Minister of Defense and Army Commander is normal because I am the Prime Minister and they are in charge of the security, especially in light of the challenges facing the country.
Those still squatting in the 'grubby money-grabber' dugout should ask themselves one final thing.
There's one final thing I want to add to this discussion.
Oh, one final thing - it's Hull City, NEVER Hull Tigers.
A sewer worker enters a manhole for one more look late in the day, just to check one final thing.
One final thing we'd have done if we were clever--when we loaded the gel, we'd have put in a known mixture of dsDNA size standards in one well, or a DNA ladder.
One final thing about Eisenhower: He makes caution look good, even the dreaded "leading from behind" variety.
Clearing up one final thing, the name, Neoclassical Champion Rockers, stems from his unwillingness to be tied down to a particular genre.
And one final thing, never ever lose hope if she really wants him back.
There's one final thing you can do with this type of deal.
One final thing Muenzer discussed was the PET recyclable label that Spear developed for use on PET bottles.