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overall

adjective all in one, all-embracing, all-inclusive, blanket, complete, entire, extended, extensive, general, globally, inclusive, panoramic, sweeping, total, undivided, universal, whole, wholesale, with all sides considered, with every aspect
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06 in fifth overall, ahead of Jacob Boyle, from Clayton, who finished in 45.
One major issue for college administrators is that funding appropriations are often developed on a building-by-building basis, and there may be no mechanism for looking at the entire campus infrastructure, nor at the impact of renovation or new construction on the overall return on investment to the institution.
When making their overall assessment of a given objective, CPAs should carefully consider each point of focus and the implications of any best-practice controls that seem to be missing.
In the ladies' 50-59 age group, Christine Finch ended up sixth overall and second in her line throw.
Overall Winner--Harlen Persinger, Bader Rutter & Associates
001 (this is equal to an increase of 8% on overall test scores).
Although noting certain weaknesses in QCSB's community investment portfolio, examiners rated the bank "satisfactory" overall based on its total performance in community lending, investment, and service throughout its entire assessment area.
Backups also tend to diminish overall performance in the LAN due to the large amount of data that streams through at once.
Each of these studies provided an effect size that represented the overall change in the self for a group of campers.
Efficiency In Terms of Minimizing Overall Group Taxes
For purposes of the fractions rule, overall partnership income or loss includes those items of income, gain, loss and deduction that increase or decrease the partner's capital accounts under Regs.
Consumption of natural rubber Overall, natural rubber growth is expected to level off in 1993 at the 2.