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without exception

True of all people or things being described. All employees without exception will be required to undergo and pass a drug screening test before their probationary period is over. Without exception, every single household in the state is being overcharged for their water usage.
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without exˈception

used to emphasize that the statement you are making is always true and everyone or everything is included: All students without exception must take the English examination.
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We can go out and make the world a better place by befriending everyone we meet, without exception, and treating them as an equal.
Yes, there are thousands of new double-deckers working London's bus routes, but these are, without exception, oversized, ugly and designed, if the word is applicable, and built, a long way from the city of Routemasters.
Brother Aloise, the new leader of Taize, underlined this theme in his opening remarks: "Often Brother Roger said: 'God is united to every human being without exception.
Literally, without exception, Morales' contribution to your article, about me, prominently affirms my innocence and assists my appeal.
Overtime, without exception, GDP grows faster than energy growth.
Almost without exception, however, councils have focused on extracting the maximum sustainable yield to the exclusion of all other considerations.
Almost without exception, these men graduated and then immediately left to serve their country in World War II.
In the healthcare field, almost without exception, the beneficiaries of "earmarks" are hospitals, outpatient programs, and universities; nursing homes are a rare, perhaps unique, exception.
Without exception we look forward to future visits.
Throughout history, without exception, every theocrat who usurps the power of the state to write his interpretation of the Bible into law has spawned only tyranny.
As such, all the chapters without exception are empirically rich and there is much fascinating detail on the many facets of urban life for the poor.
The examples he explores are all, without exception, from the top-of-the-line concert repertoire: difficult works such as Liszt's La Campanella and Feux Follets, the aforementioned Rachmaninoff and Beethoven pieces, Scriabin's Etude No.
A exceptional group of contributors have without exception produced articles of the highest quality, founded upon original scholarship.
He completely dominated me and to this day, anytime I'm in a bind with a difficult problem to overcome, without exception, I always think of him.
Every young person, without exception, wants a chance to succeed," says DeJesus, 33.