in its entirety

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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,--
D'Artagnan made several steps along the gallery, holding Louise on his arm; then, when they were far enough removed from the others - "What I had to say to you, mademoiselle," replied he, "Mademoiselle de Tonnay- Charente has just expressed; roughly and unkindly, it is true but still in its entirety.
He turned over the pages with great decision, as if he were judging the book in its entirety, the printing and paper and binding, as well as the poetry, and then, having satisfied himself of its good or bad quality, he placed it on the writing-table, and examined the malacca cane with the gold knob which had belonged to the soldier.
This is a large question, which need not, in its entirety, concern us at present.
It was in its entirety so large, so complex, so delicately immense, that to bring it to the issue of warfare was like driving a crowbar into the mechanism of a clock.
The women's rougher, simpler, more upright judgment, embraces the whole truth, which their tact, their mistrust of masculine idealism, ever prevents them from speaking in its entirety.
Whether love in its entirety has, speaking generally, the same elementary meaning for women as for men, is very doubtful.
Management of the Environment in its entirety is located on the premises of the supplier by the suppliers,