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full measure

The entirety or full extent of something. Thankfully, I didn't experience her anger in full measure, despite getting here so late.
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full/short ˈmeasure

the whole of something or less of something than you expect or should have: We experienced the full measure of their hospitality.The concert only lasted an hour, so we felt we were getting short measure.
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They added that Palparan 'deserves the full measure of the law that he has flouted and ignored and bastardized for so long,' as well as 'the loudest condemnation from everyone who holds freedom and life as sacrosanct.
While he scored by a more moderate three and a half lengths that day, he appeared to still have a fair bit in hand and although a 13lb rise is not ideal, the handicapper may not quite have his full measure yet.
Exhibiting a major literary talent of her own, Catherine Browder does Checkov's novels and the characters that inhabit them a full measure of justice with new and imaginative storytelling that rivals Checkov himself.
VARIOUS: Christmas Joy in Full Measure and Idina Menzel: Christmas Wishes THE best Christmas album ever made is A Christmas Gift For You, a 1962 classic in which the Ronettes, Crystals and other Phil Spector-produced acts took a dozen festive songs and made them perfectly enough to render any other attempts at Christmas albums a trifle pointless But that hasn't stopped other bands and labels joining in the festive fun and this year brings a raft of Christmas albums.
andrew greenhalgh VARIOUS: Christmas Joy in Full Measure and Idina Menzel: Christmas Wishes THE best Christmas album ever made is A Christmas Gift For You, a 1962 classic in which the Ronettes, Crystals and other Phil Spector-produced acts took a dozen festive songs and made them perfectly enough to render any other attempts at Christmas albums a trifle pointless But that hasn't stopped other bands and labels joining in the festive fun and this year brings a raft of Christmas albums.
The stories in this collection give dignity to the full measure of the African American -- indeed the human -- experience.
This morning Hagel, a veteran himself, released a statement to commemorate the Memorial Day holiday and said, "Memorial Day offers each of us a moment to quietly reflect on the more than 6,800 members of the Armed Forces who gave the last full measure of their devotion over the past 13 years of war.
May I therefore humbly suggest that we would all like to offer our congratulations and our thanks to him for a debt which can never really be repaid in full measure but which has been satisfied to some extent by the conferment of the honour last Saturday.
They have contributed in full measure to honouring Danube's commitment to our customers of meeting all their material needs - from the most basic to the most complex, while ensuring easy and convenient access to our products.
With all our hearts, we hope that your return from captivity will bring you and your families a full measure of happiness which you may long enjoy together.
Blend a full measure of vodka with half measures of each of orange, lemon, passion and pomegranate juices.
One thing I ask, however, is your patience to allow me time to grasp the full measure of this deep hurt.
Shawn K Singh, VistaGen's CEO, commented that these transactions represent a tremendous vote of confidence by four of our major stakeholders and position us to realize the full measure of our commercial opportunities involving our stem cell technology platform and AV-101 clinical programme.
stated, "In spite of the terror of the moment, a great number of law enforcement officers, fire fighters, and others continued to do their jobs with the last full measure of devotion.
Paul has displayed in full measure the skills of a great editor.