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bone-deep

Very strongly felt; an inherent part of someone or something. My interest in photography is bone-deep. It's more than a hobby—it's a part of me. A mother's love for her children is bone-deep.
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Patients suffered avoidable harm, including severe bedsores which went bone deep, and having the wrong teeth pulled out.
The group has worked hard on its preparation, we've asked them to go bone deep and they are looking to deliver a performance we can all be proud of.
It's about preparing bone deep for Test matches and we've done that this week and seen a pretty good performance.
That's easier said than done when newsroom cuts have gone bone deep, but power players such as The Times and The Post have geared up for the challenge.
The sinus was opened through an elliptical infra-orbital bone deep incision around the margins.
Hannett's "Snowglobes," and child abuse in Michael Matheson's "Weary, Bone Deep.
He then stuck the blade into her leg, causing a 7cm wound which was bone deep.
For this study, radical excision was defined as tumor resection including 5-cm margins surrounding the palpable tumor edge and two fascial planes or bone deep to the tumor.
That belief is bone deep at the moment within this group.
Steve added: "The radio stations are still playing To The Bright And Shining Sun as well as Bone Deep which we released from our website for free before making it the B Side.
Even if they don't show it, their love is bone deep.
But I knew bone deep that if I had, she would have heard me.
Bone Deep in Landscape: Writing, Reading, and Place by Mary Clearman Blew.
New projects in the entertainment segment include: Yes Man (Jim Carrey); The Cheetah Girls; Camp Rock; The Suite Life on Deck; Bone Deep (now filming); Ruby & the Rockits; Chuck; and The Hangover (Warner Bros.
But it is a story that unfolded outside the theatre of international rugby that reveals the true character of a man whose love for the sport ran bone deep.