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adjective abounding, abundant, affluent, baggy, brimful, brimming over, charged, chock-full, comprehensive, crammed, detailed, entire, entirely occupied, exhaustive, filled, filled to utmost capacity, flush, fraught, glutted, gorged, imbued, integer, laden, loaded, mature, maximum, occupied, overflowing, packed, plenary, plenus, plethoric, replete, repletus, rich, sated, satiated, satisfied, saturated, soaked, stuffed, swollen, teeming, total, unabridged, well-provided, well-stocked, well-supplied, whole
Associated concepts: full amount, full and true value, full cash value, full consideration, full control, full faith and credit, full hearing, full opportunity to be heard, full payyent, full performance, full satisfaction, full settlement, fulllime employment
See also: absolute, broad, complete, comprehensive, copious, gross, inclusive, intact, orotund, outright, plenary, populous, profuse, replete, ripe, thorough, total, unlimited, unmitigated, unqualified
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full-time and part-time adult employees on their careers to better understand the evolving shift in priorities taking place across the American workforce as well as the impact that full-time and part-time work has on careers.
They can help teach mandatory courses that full-time faculty members don't have time to teach, such as a freshman composition course.
Brampton, North Bramalea; Full-time minister; Interim Moderator Rev.
The rise in self-employment is caused by, in part, those not finding full-time work in bogus self-employment, pushed by companies seeking to evade taxes and work rights, holiday pay, sick pay, pensions and employment protections.
However, despite recent economic growth, the number of part-time employees across the UK who say they want full-time hours - a whopping 1.
The protesters also burned tires to shut down access to the state-run power company in the Mar Mikhael neighborhood, preventing full-time employees from entering.
Involuntary part-time employment is defined as working fewer than 35 hours per week because full-time work is unavailable.
Full-time status is assigned to employees who averaged at least 30 hours of service per week (or, if the employer elects, at least 130 hours of service per calendar month) (Prop.
4 million workers and self-employed people work part-time because they cannot find full-time employment, the highest figure since records began in 1992.
Lose 409 part-time drilling Reservist positions; lose 171 full-time ART/civilian positions.
This past holiday season ended with a grant deadline of January 6 that really made me question why I was still working full-time.
Latest figures published by the Government have shown of 31 children home-tutored in Stockton 45% are not receiving a full-time or suitable education.