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entire

1. (of leaves, petals, etc.) having a smooth margin not broken up into teeth or lobes
2. not castrated
3. an uncastrated horse
4. Philately
a. a complete item consisting of an envelope, postcard, or wrapper with stamps affixed
b. on entire (of a stamp) placed on an envelope, postcard, etc., and bearing postal directions

entire

[en′tīr]
(biology)
Having a continuous, unimpaired margin.
References in classic literature ?
A vast circle, in which ancient Rome could have been held in its entirety ten times over.
Whether love in its entirety has, speaking generally, the same elementary meaning for women as for men, is very doubtful.
One should sympathise with the entirety of life, not with life's sores and maladies merely, but with life's joy and beauty and energy and health and freedom.
5 (ANI): A seaside resort town in the Netherlands is having a year-long beach party for the entirety of 2018.
MUSIC Guns 2 Roses The only tribute to have performed with four different members of GNR will perform the classic Appetite For Destruction album in its entirety for the first time in the UK.
TOKYO, Aug 28 (KUNA) -- North Korea said Monday that it is ready to bury the entirety of the US under water if the country is invaded by Americans, the Seoul-based Yonhap News Agency reported.
Laying down details on the amount of contribution from the supplied electricity end-users and method of selection for the National Nuclear Fund for decommissioning of nuclear installations and the management of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste, as amended; - take responsibility for deviation authority in its entirety, for all points of supply authority, in accordance with Decree no.
Summary: The House of People's Representatives (HPR) adopted, on Thursday afternoon, in second reading, the draft law on banks and financial institutions in its entirety, and this after approving it article
If you weren't lucky enough to get to the event on May 16 fret not because Channel 4 is broadcasting the show in its entirety.
Early Massachusetts case law held that a tenancy by the entirety was distinct from a joint tenancy, because of the unity of husband and wife as one legal person.
The Brooklyn Museum of Art bought the entirety of Sargent's 1909 exhibition, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston bought the entirety of a second (and final) showing of watercolors in 1912.
A tenancy by the entirety trust (TBE trust) can provide the married couple with both creditor protection and the various nontax benefits of a trust.