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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.
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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.
The Company is doing everything in its power to organize the resources to put in place a full scale production facility and Ireti's background in the financial industry will help tremendously," Dr.
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The new location's water supply will allow pilot operations to grow into full scale gold production if the decision to go forward is confirmed by Golden Eagle's current work.
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This full scale operation will produce over 70,000 tons of rice straw, which will be processed into ethanol in CBEC's biorefinery, on which it is expected to begin construction in 2007.
com)-- With this new business venture, Full Scale 180 will utilize Codemasters International's software engineering solutions to supplement their clients engineering teams with streamlined technology inference and custom software development solutions that meet the requirements and business needs of Full Scale 180's clients.
The Carbon Trust, a UK organisation dedicated to reducing carbon emissions, provided a grant of [pounds sterling]168,000 GBP for this phase of commercialisation to help bring the technology to full scale deployment.