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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.
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Many jurisdictions faced the issue as to whether the tenancy by entirety concept should still apply.
If I had any judicial clout, I'd turn the tables and censure the College for conduct unbecoming a professional association, noting in my judgment that its treatment of Chris Kempling, has been "in its entirety derogatory and discriminatory.
Equally commendable is the work's adaptation to a wide variety of uses: Short enough to be played in its entirety, individual movements can easily be extracted and played as appropriate, comprising prelude, offertory, postlude and so forth.
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For fullest appreciation, this work should be read alongside Ginsberg's Collected Poems (Harper & Row, 1984), since none of Ginsberg's poems is reprinted in its entirety in the biography and no amount of prose can capture or replace the power and passion of the verse itself.
Investors are encouraged to read the Form 8-K in its entirety.
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Commitment, promising to invest adequate time each day to read this book in its entirety to develop a closer relationship with God.
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It's been difficult to observe the nebula in its entirety because dust obscures clumps of Tarantula's youngest stars.