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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

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Of a dimension, slightly oversize.
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The Disney Mix Max lets kids plug-and-play full-length movies instantly by inserting Disney Max Clips from Buena Vista Home Entertainment, including the wildly popular Disney Channel original hit, High School Musical.
Bruce Wells's full-length production, premiered by Connecticut Ballet in 1978, was done last season by Ballet Chicago, with Johan Renvall as Puck.
For the adventurous, not to suggest foolhardy, there are many full-length Soviet scores, suet as Gliere's The Red Poppy and Asafiev's The Flames of Paris.
Occasionally an artistic director plans a full-length ballet as a daring departure, one that is all the more so when high production costs and extensive rehearsal time are factored in.
As ballet companies everywhere struggle to stay afloat in these economically troubled times, artistic directors are faced with a dilemma, a choice between pragmatism and idealism: whether to play it safe and present mostly full-length works that will generate bigger bucks, or program diverse evenings of repertoire with the understanding that there will be too many empty seats.
Proceeds from the single and full-length CD, which will be released to radio and retail, will benefit victims of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, through project partners including "Points Of Light Foundation" (www.
The creation of this genome-wide premade adenoviruses collection that is readily available will benefit researchers who work with difficult-to-transfect primary cells and stem cells, as well as any other researchers who use full-length cDNA clones.
In April San Francisco Ballet principal Yuri Possokhov returned to his roots at the Bolshoi to stage his first full-length ballet, Cinderella, which had its Western premiere in London this July.
Human H1N1 from 1918 through 1947 contains full-length PB1-F2, whereas human H1N1 beginning in 1956 has a truncated PB1-F2 after codon 57.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 21, 2005 - (JCNN) - On October 19, the National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIRS) and RIKEN jointly announced that they have created Rice Full-Length cDNA Encyclopedia DNABook, a printed book that includes full-length DNAs of rice.
Two years after exploding onto the rock stage, actress Juliette Lewis and her fiery band The Licks release the full-length set ``You're Speaking My Language.
Hansen was a friend of the Sanderson family with complete access to the family archives, and spent decades researching this first full-length biography of Sanderson: her rich Victorian California childhood and her rise to an opera star's fame brings to light scandals, talents, and drama alike.