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wholly

adverb altogether, as a whole, collectively, completely, entirely, fully, in all respects, in the aggregate, in the main, in the mass, in toto, outright, roundly, totally, utterly
Associated concepts: wholly dependant, wholly liable
See also: in toto, solely
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41 million in a wholly owned unit in Switzerland and a joint venture in the US.
Wholly Hemp Soothing Soap is handmade in California with all natural ingredients.
Is it possible that the folks at Wholly Healthy don't know that it's illegal for labels to use the word "healthy" unless it meets the government's criteria for a healthy food?
The two original partners each held their interest in GTWP through a wholly owned S corporation.
is based in Nottingham, United Kingdom and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aventis Behring L.
The Service claimed the cash payment (boot) of $3,250,000 was dividend income (to the extent of the wholly owned corporation's earnings and profits of $2,319,611 at the time of the merger).
MagForestry, a wholly owned subsidiary of MagIndustries, controls 100% of Eucalyptus Fibre Congo, an operating, 68,000 hectare eucalyptus forest plantation which overlies MagIndustries Makola Mineral License near Pointe-Noire, ROC.
The facts presented are fairly typical of transactions made between shareholders and their wholly owned or controlled corporations.
It previously conducted all of its business activities through its wholly owned subsidiaries: Belsen Getty, LLC ("Belsen Getty") and Fringe Benefit Analysts, LLC ("FBA").
For more than half a decade, our wholly owned subsidiary company has been focused on developing telecommunication solutions for the ever growing Internet industry in China," said Li Kunwu, President and CEO of China VoIP & Digital Telecom Inc.
Clive Kabatznik, CEO of Silverstar Holdings stated, "We are pleased that the Empire transaction has been declared wholly unconditional.
The syndicate will be wholly capitalised by CV Starr (25%) and Starr International Investments Limited (75%) and aims to start underwriting on 1 October 2006 with a capacity of GBP 50m in 2007.