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whole

(Undamaged), adjective aggregate, all, entire, gross, intact, solid, total, undiminished, unimpaired, unreduced, without loss
Associated concepts: whole capital, whole estate, whole quantity, whole truth

whole

(Unified), adjective holistic, indivisible, one, single, total, undivisible, universal

whole

noun aggregate, all, allness, assemblage, collectiveness, collectivity, completeness, entirety, everything, gross amount, indivisibility, intactness, integer, integrity, sum total, totality, undividedness, universality, wholeness
See also: absolute, aggregate, amount, collective, complete, corpus, detailed, entirety, extreme, full, gross, intact, inviolate, plenary, principal, pure, quantity, radical, safe, total, totality, undiminished
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Table 4: Number of Whole Grain Product Launches Worldwide (
Of course, getting some whole grain is better than getting none.
Even with the risk, the variable universal product is recommended for most clients instead of whole life as a wealth-building tool, Williams says.
It was clear that the "best of the brightest" were hungry for the new "stakeholder" brand of capitalism that Mackey and Whole Foods Market offer.
Here's your guide to creating a whole diet for optimum health and performance.
Established in 2000, 454 Life Sciences develops technologies and tools to sequence whole genomes using a massively parallel, scalable platform that compresses the time, cost, sample preparation, and space required to determine the nucleotide sequence of whole genomes.
Whole Foods started as a single store in Austin, Texas in 1980, went public in 1992, and has become the sector's goliath while pioneering the supermarket concept in health food retailing.
com) which will be updated at least weekly, says Ann Bemrose, Anglican editor for Whole People of God for six years and part of the editorial team for Seasons of the Spirit.
Whole life dividend interest rates, particularly if weighted by premium volume of each life insurer, probably average more than 7%.
Whole Language, with its attention to the abilities students bring to the learning setting--and with its desire to liberate these students to use language to solve problems--threatens to establish a rebellious, uncompromising democracy, one that imperils the status quo and the traditional values it protects.
FDA's authorization of a new health claim allows food companies to promote the heart-disease-fighting and cancer-fighting health benefits of whole grains on packages of breakfast cereals as well as other qualifying whole-grain foods.
98-15--the long-awaited guidance on the treatment of exempt hospitals involved in whole hospital joint ventures with for-profit entities--continues to affect the nonprofit health-care community.