entire series

entire series

[en¦tīr ′sir·ēz]
(mathematics)
A power series which converges for all values of its variable; a power series with an infinite radius of convergence.
References in classic literature ?
If O-Tar be not greatly angered he may be sentenced to but a single game, in which case he may come out alive; but if O-Tar wishes really to dispose of him he will be sentenced to the entire series, and no warrior has ever survived the full ten, or rather none who was under a sentence from O-Tar.
Its genius is illustrated by the entire series of days.
OK, it's maddening to watch an entire series to find out whodunnit - only then to watch another entire series to see if we were lied to.
The duo will each take part in the three-way clash against Australia and India, but new captain Eoin Morgan has hinted they may not line-up alongside each other for the entire series.
The Scots actress, 42, ploughed through an entire series to study the quirks of reptile behaviour.
Only hours after Joe Launchbury was ruled out of the entire series with a neck problem, head coach Lancaster revealed that Attwood's fiance Bridget is expecting their first child.
Photos pair with text to encourage children to make their own observations and conclusions, while the entire series supports Next Generation Science Standards and includes an experiment or design challenge linked to building critical thinking.
As 3am revealed last week, TOWIE's Joey Essex, 23, is ripping off An Idiot Abroad and will trek the globe for an entire series of his spin-off show Educating Joey Essex.
According to the Mirror, Pietersen, who had been branded as England's batting hope, has failed to notch a single century in the entire series.
HIM AND HER: THE WEDDING (10pm BBC 3) FOR ITS final outing, the format of Him And Her manages to outdo The Worst Week Of My Life by having the entire series take place over a single day.
The England Cricket Board later tweeted: "Graeme Swann has been ruled out of the entire series with New Zealand and will undergo surgery on his troublesome elbow.
Pakistan's former chief selector and coach Mohsin Khan, who led Pakistan to a clean-sweep against England last year in the UAE, said the team looked below-par in the entire series.