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full

1. of, relating to, or designating a relationship established by descent from the same parents
2. Music
a. powerful or rich in volume and sound
b. completing a piece or section; concluding
3. (of sails, etc.) distended by wind
4. (of wine, such as a burgundy) having a heavy body
5. (of a colour) containing a large quantity of pure hue as opposed to white or grey; rich; saturated
6. in full cry (esp of a pack of hounds) in hot pursuit of quarry
7. Brit a ridge of sand or shingle along a seashore

full

Of a dimension, slightly oversize.
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It is only at the end of the paragraph that Mofolo closes with a full stop.
Taking advantage of readers' growing preference for e-books and the increasing popularity of e-reader devices and tablets, as well as the digital publishing opportunities offered by major online retailers such as Amazon and Barnes and Noble, author and photographer and head of Full Stop Douglas Klostermann is able to reach a wide audience of readers interested in learning how to use their equipment and improve their photography.
A spokesperson for the NSPCC said: "The Full Stop Campaign aims to raise awareness of cruelty to children, develop services for those affected and to change the law to help better protect them.
Now nearing mid-field, Lt Col Flesch decided to lower the landing gear and execute a full stop from a wide-base position.
It has launched a campaign to encourage more people to sign up to its Be The Full Stop campaign which has former Newcastle United captain Alan Shearer as it's am bassad or.
Full stop," he said, confirming that he will send out letters in the coming weeks to members that have not yet committed to IOSA certification.
Sam, the Coventry City mascot, and Scorch, who appears for the Coventry Blaze ice hockey team, will run the course as the start of a year-long series of events to raise money and awareness for the NSPCC full stop campaign.
Shearer, who retired from professional football at the end of last season, is supporting the NSPCC's Full Stop campaign, which aims to end child cruelty.
Energy pulsed and flowed through the dancers with an organic rhythm, evoking the way capoeira uses all extremities to move, only to come to a full stop in a tripod position (with the head as the third support).
Federal programs such as Operation Full Stop in New Orleans are attempting to develop area-wide management programs for the termites, but legal and legislative measures are needed.
The objects lie on the tables in repose, as if the artist had put a full stop to the flux of everyday life.
His 50 shirt also sports a green FULL STOP on the back, part of the WRU's sponsorship of NSPCC Cymru/Wales.