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adjective complete, each and every, full, global, integral, nothing but, only, perfect, the sum of, total, universal, wholly

all

noun aggregate, all and sundry, allness, collectiveness, completeness, complexus, entireness, entirety, everyone, everything, fullness, gross amount, indivisibility, intactness, integer, integrality, one and all, sum, sum total, total, totality, undividedness, universality, whole, wholeness
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Southport Ladies' Helen Jenkins, with four all-comers records, and Karen Barton with two regional records and an all-comers record, helped their team to a top 10 finish.
Champions can only ever accurately be called such when beating all-comers on level terms.
Upset members of the community called their school board representatives and got All-Comers reinstated for the next year.
Santander surprised all-comers by placing a record bid for Banespa in the context of the for the auction on the Rio de Janeiro stock exchange, 281% above the reserve set at USD973 million.
Such agreements would require mutual transparency and an openness to all-comers, in order to avoid the dangers of a cartel.
Rates are reduced for Le Corbu residents, who arrive by lift with no extra exertion, but a 300-metre running track around the roof terrace is free for all-comers.
An all-comers force-rank deathmatch tournament Sunday.
Contract award notice: treatment of all-comers and bulky waste from civic amenity sites in the region chteaudun.
Everton swimmer Mark Jones, who is no stranger to breaking records, set six new regional marks, including three all-comers times.
Competitors will take on all-comers at PS1 a game and there will be a raffle.
It would be his first time participating in either of those distances, a common plight among the hundreds of children age 12 and younger who flocked to the All-Comers Meet on Tuesday.
Alf Tupper, the Tough of the Track, the working class hero who trained on fish and chips and still beat all-comers.