from start to finish


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from start to finish

For the entire duration; from beginning to end. Our trip was a joy from start to finish.
See also: finish, start

from start to finish

Fig. entirely; throughout. I disliked the whole business from start to finish. Mary caused problems from start to finish.
See also: finish, start
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We retrained the claims processors to handle the claims from start to finish.
In Lithuania, Hazel Stainforth and John Appleby won gold in the mixed F 2x, again leading from start to finish and overcoming South Africa, Denmark and Hungary.
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Scott LaBonte, president of Devcon Enterprises, said "Commercial Defeasance managed the entire process from start to finish and as a result it went very smoothly.
The sessions will follow a construction project from start to finish.
We were hired to manage the build-out of mcgarry's space, which was completed in less than three months from start to finish," explained Ray Arnold, Senior Associate at VVA and Project Manager of the project.
5 million sale/leaseback that was orchestrated from start to finish in just 23 days, announced Gary Gabriel of the Financial Services Group (FSG) at Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey, Inc.