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in its entirety

 and in their entirety
completely; until completely done or gone. I watched the basketball game in its entirety. My friends and I ate the two large pizzas in their entirety.
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in its/their enˈtirety

as a whole, rather than in parts: The poem is too long to quote in its entirety.
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5 ( ANI ): A seaside resort town in the Netherlands is having a year-long beach party for the entirety of 2018.
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lt;p>In a press release, organizations called upon the Palestinian Authority and the PLO to publicly, effectively and immediately ensure the convening of a special session of the Human Rights Council; the Member States of UNHRC to request the convening of a special session; the Member States of UNHRC to adopt a resolution endorsing the report by the Fact Finding Mission in its entirety; and, the Observers of UNHRC to support the Member States in their convening of a special session and adoption of a resolution endorsing the entirety of the report by the Fact Finding Mission.
The band's first three classic albums have just been re-issued after a deluxe makeover and they have vowed to play their first two albums 'Another Music In A Different Kitchen' and 'Love Bit' in their entirety at their upcoming gigs.
Then he expects them to toe the line and vote for the Bill in its entirety however they may have voted previously.
Many ex-Facebook members have found it nearly impossible to remove themselves entirety from the site.
pdf file broken down by chapter and appendix as well as the catalog in its entirety Those interested may request a catalog on CD or in hard-copy (please specify) by contacting DAU's Student Services Office at student.
Without stability in her recent relationship, Sabrena received a visit which will immediately change the entirety of her perspective and understanding of the every intricacy of her own mind, her life, and her entirety.
The sales of the additional units will allow the borrower to pay off the loans in their entirety.
Math enthusiasts will note that each proof is presented in its entirety from the original publication, making for a hefty volume.