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Ultimate Destination features an innovative film of Warwickshire artist Ian Cook using Jaguar and Land Rover remote control cars to create an image of the world.
``This isn't a vehicle for the shade-tree mechanic - it's time for them to go to the ultimate destination.
But another stop along the road is necessary before the ultimate destination comes into view.
Joined by a teenager named Jake, they set out for Ohio, with Canada as their ultimate destination.
In contrast to a traditional labyrinth, there were several entrances/exits and no ultimate destination or privileged pathway.
However, tax generally may be due in the state of ultimate destination.
By attaching a real person to this cargo, the goods clear customs more easily and reach their ultimate destination quicker and safer.
The department observed that a taxpayer must have knowledge that the ultimate destination of the goods is outside Virginia.