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to the full

To the greatest degree or extent; thoroughly. Everyone enjoyed the performance to the full. I have studied the works of Chaucer to the full.
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to the full

Also, to the fullest. To the maximum extent, completely, as in He had always lived life to the full. [Late 1300s]
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During the next fifteen minutes she looked more like a rose than ever, for everyone availed themselves of their privileges to the fullest extent, from Mr.
A Yes vote would create a need to establish, maintain and develop independence to the fullest extent.
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Using her own experiences, she tells of her own more risque exploits in trying to live her life to the fullest and seeking the enlightenment and wholeness that so eludes us all.
Harris told People in early November that he was "a very content gay man living my life to the fullest and feel most fortunate to be working with wonderful people in the business I love.
We intend to use her talents to the fullest extent.
World renowned cyclist, Lance Armstrong recalls the years following his recovery from cancer, victories in five Tour de France races, and shares the importance of living each day to the fullest.
Bond was speaking on The News Hour with Jim Lehrer about the National Security Agency's phone-record collection program, and he said that government agencies "meticulously keep the privacy of American citizens protected to the fullest extent of the law.
As a lawyer and older brother of two current Antelope Valley Union High School District students, I will strongly encourage them to resist this badging nonsense (``Badges for students, like it or not,'' May 5) to the fullest when it is imposed upon their student body this fall.
When Stewart quit hoping for a miracle cure and accepted her condition, she in no way let go of the pleasures she'd had before: her active life is enhanced with a guide dog's help and makes Images And Echoes a positive story of adjustment and a life lived to the fullest.
The second Hart's Crossing tale (see LEGACY LANE for the previous novel) is a fine tale that emphasizes life is to be lived to the fullest at any age.
He concludes: "We are called to settle for nothing less than a passionate love affair with God and with life, embracing God and the creation through which God shimmers, living madly in the fantasy that this universe is not purposeless, but that we are called toward the drama and pain of life and love lived to the fullest.
Although there is no other condition quite like MND, in my opinion I feel that you should try to focus on living life to the fullest of your ability.