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(of a plan, etc.) of actual size; having the same dimensions as the original

full-scale

[¦fu̇l ‚skāl]
(ordnance)
Of an attack or other operation, all-out or maximum.
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The team at Full Scale Media congratulates Diana on her award.
In addition, Diana Ziskin became an invaluable part of the Full Scale Media Public Relations team when she successfully managed a 15-city publicity campaign for the 28th annual Matzoball - the biggest Jewish singles parties to take place on Christmas Eve in cities across the United States.
Full Scale Media is a full service public relations and social media firm, with industry expertise and media relationships accrued from nearly two decades of combined experience.
In recent months Full Scale Media clients have appeared on national television programs like THE TALK on CBS, Home & Family on The Hallmark Channel, Varney & CO.
Full Scale Media Group LLC boasts the combined expertise and media relationships accrued from nearly two decades of combined public relations, social media and brand development experience.
The Full Scale Media team has refined an integrative approach to placing brands and personalities into the media fold with an understanding that pooling collective resources, outside-the-box thinking, and unending creativity are the keys to its clients' success.
The Boeing Hughes team bid $131 million for the full scale development contract.
From Jacobs' vantage point, the level of cooperation between Boeing and Hughes was weak during the full scale development.
At this time, Colonel Louis Kronenberger was chosen to assume the position of project manager to transition the program from the terminated full scale development program into a pre-demonstration/validation program.
full scale IQ, SES, grade, race, gender, and attendance) were computed.
Standard multiple regressions were used to test the relationship between reading achievement in years 1 and 3, and the independent variables of full scale IQ, absences, SES, grade, race, gender, and site.
A second series of regression analyses was performed to test the relationships between mathematics achievement and the independent variables of full scale IQ, absences, SES, grade, race, gender, site, and hours of inclusion.