in its entirety


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See: in toto
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An emotion in its entirety is, of course, something much more complex than a perception.
The travelers, at a distance of twenty-four miles (reduced to four by their glasses) could admire this vast crater in its entirety.
A vast circle, in which ancient Rome could have been held in its entirety ten times over.
It is odd therefore, that the one apposite passage which recurred to me in its entirety was in hexameters and pentameters
In the holy science of our order all is one, all is known in its entirety and life.
By listening to them attentively, the man in the mantle could catch in its entirety the following interesting conversation,--
Management of the Environment in its entirety is located on the premises of the supplier by the suppliers,
COURT'S OPINION: The Supreme Court of New York, Nassau County, granted the petition in its entirety regarding the approval for paying Medicaid benefits from April 24,2002 to June 4,2007.
One class period is enough to view each movie in its entirety.
In both cases, the responding party asserted a defense to production that was dismissed more or less in its entirety by the court.
There is even talk of skipping a traditional press preview and unveiling the show in its entirety only on opening day.
Thus, regardless of the answers given to questions in the application, if the financial statements submitted along with the application prove to later be materially misstated (the likely end result of a financial restatement), the carriers will argue that their reliance on such financial statements in issuing the policy provides independent grounds to rescind the policy in its entirety as to all insureds, regardless of knowledge or intent.