soup-to-nuts


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soup-to-nuts

Providing for the full range; with the beginning to the end in mind. (Used before a noun.) Refers to a once-traditional full course meal, beginning with soup and ending with a dessert of nuts. The organization is taking a soup-to-nuts approach to tackling food waste, from food producer, to restaurants, to consumers at home. They're offering soup-to-nuts services, covering all manner of technical issues for businesses.
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However, the company has developed a highly integrated soup-to-nuts operation that allows it to make about 50 percent more profit than its competitors, and pay about 300 percent less in finance charges--largely because of its quick turnaround on renovations and subsequent sales.
This latest version seeks to extend that soup-to-nuts appeal by supporting the two most commonly used CPUs, as well as common standards like 802.
Clinton is already telling friends that he plans several more books, bearing down on some of the topics that get glossed over in this soup-to-nuts account of his life.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is undertaking a soup-to-nuts review of its excavation standard to determine whether it should be changed "in order to minimize any significant impact of the rule on a substantial number of small entities and whether the rule should be changed to reduce regulatory burden or improve its effectiveness.
Overall, the book is a valuable resource for its soup-to-nuts information approach.
Campuses, too, have changed, adding a soup-to-nuts array of courses to meet growing demand for information on the post-Sept.
The site also offers members the opportunity to launch an online store by providing a soup-to-nuts e-commerce package that includes everything from setup to catalog creation to site maintenance.
Managing Business Risk is a soup-to-nuts overview that covers areas such as risk assessment and control, asset and liability exposures, risk financing and insurance.
It takes roughly two years to perform a soup-to-nuts enterprise risk analysis--time and resources that few small companies can spare.
And when the Guggenheim Museum mounted a soup-to-nuts Braque retrospective in 1988, I paid little attention to anything but the Cubist work, feeling again that what happened later was just the predictable run of pretty variations on an already overrefined French sauce.
In a larger firm, their exposure may be more specialized if they work in the audit or tax department, so they don't get the soup-to-nuts experience they would in a smaller firm.
The tool provides soup-to-nuts information for every phase of a project: initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing.
6 million, and marketing materials reveal she gave the place a soup-to-nuts overhaul spearheaded by architect M.
In addition to our experience, gained through the soup-to-nuts development and management of our own properties, we are able to offer additional services and resources that streamline the entire building management process," added Levine.