Covers all the bases - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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cover all the bases
To account for or provide a way to address every possible outcome, scenario, contingency, etc. We need to cover all the bases here—the investigation should explore every avenue. I covered all the bases by applying to 15 colleges.
cover all the/your ˈbases (especially American English) consider and deal with all the things that could happen or could be needed when you are arranging something: Are you sure we covered all our bases on this? ♢ We cover all the bases from creating a market for your business through closing the sale.
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From eating appropriately for knee health and using nutritional supplements to considering body mechanics, posture correction and preventative knee exercises, osteopathic physician George Kessler covers all the bases
Peck's book covers all the bases
(pun intended) for readers to enjoy.