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full-fledged

adjective all-encompassing, all-out, broad, complete, comprehensive, entire, every possible combination, extensive, liberal, thorough, total, unabridged, unbridled, vast, voluminous, whole, without abridgment, without limitation, without reduction, without restraint
See also: outright
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Russia consistently supports Islamabad's application to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization as a full-fledged member," Dedov said.
BEIRUT: Zahle MP Elie Skaff has promised to turn his parliamentary bloc and local following into a full-fledged political movement.
We have ordered all the law enforcing agencies to start a full-fledged operation against Baitullah Mehsud and his followers," said Ghani.
Outside Israel, however, due to uncertainty regarding the precise dates during Talmudic times, the holiday lasts for nine days: Two full-fledged holidays from Monday night until Wednesday night, four Intermediate Days, and then two more holidays of Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.
He does this by whacking the exorcists on the back of the head with a 2x4; when Shintarou collects 300 notches on his 2x4, he will be a full-fledged Monster Guardian.
In a special induction ceremony on December 17, the predominantly gay fraternity welcomed six students as a colony, the first step toward becoming a full-fledged chapter.
Moreover, we are now going to begin completely repairing other damaged equipment, and will conduct a sequence of trial operations from early November, with the aim of early restoration and full-fledged operation.
It's "an embryonic planet" halted by Jupiter's gravity from packing on additional material to become a full-fledged planet, says study coauthor Lucy McFadden of the University of Maryland in College Park.
Kim and Sasae also met Wednesday, for 75 minutes, and Kim told Sasae that he would do his utmost to realize bilateral negotiations with Japan after Sasae urged North Korea to accept full-fledged bilateral talks on the abduction and other contentious issues.
Unlike full-fledged health claims, qualified health claims are based on emerging research that suggests, but doesn't prove, a health benefit.
Dean Garten is ignoring INSEAD, which is a global business school with full-fledged campuses located in both France and Singapore that consistently ranks among the world's top 10 MBA programs.
Regents have noted that the state's higher education model might mirror Michigan's, with ASU being divided into central, southern, and northern campuses, each offering their own four-year degree programs with the University of Arizona remaining a full-fledged research institution and ASU adding more research efforts.