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to the full

To the greatest degree or extent; thoroughly. Everyone enjoyed the performance to the full. I have studied the works of Chaucer to the full.
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to the full

Also, to the fullest. To the maximum extent, completely, as in He had always lived life to the full. [Late 1300s]
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to the full

to the greatest possible extent.
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to the ˈfull

as completely or as much as possible: You’ll be able to enjoy life to the full again after your operation.
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Tom lay upon a sofa with an eager audi- tory about him and told the history of the wonderful adventure, putting in many striking additions to adorn it withal; and closed with a description of how he left Becky and went on an exploring expedition; how he followed two avenues as far as his kite-line would reach; how he followed a third to the fullest stretch of the kite-line, and was about to turn back when he glimpsed a far-off speck that looked like daylight; dropped the line and groped toward it, pushed his head and shoulders through a small hole, and saw the broad Mississippi rolling by!
[USA], June 26 (ANI): Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger who jetted off to Hawaii for their honeymoon seem to enjoy it to the fullest and Pratt's Instagram post is proof!
After numerous amount of major heart surgeries and being in and out of hospital throughout his life it never stopped him from living life to the fullest. Frankie was a kind caring and loving little boy, a boy with a truly special beautiful heart."
Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said during a Malacantildeang Press Conference Thursday morning that the president actually meant "they should be prosecuted to the fullest extent." When asked by a reporter if the president meant to kill, Panelo said, "No.
The ESRC-funded Living Life to the Fullest project led by a team of academics, Kirsty Liddiard, Dan Goodley, and Katherine Runswick-Cole at the University of Sheffield will be the focus of an event as part of the annual Economic and Social Research Councils (ESRC) Festival of Social Science.
'Crooked traders who are using the state of calamity to make unconscionable extra profits should be dealt with to the fullest extent of the law,' Gatchalian said in a statement.
We want to change the 'you die- we pay' model of insurance to 'we are here to help you live life to the fullest, with the people you love.' It is better for us as the insurer, it is better for the customer and ultimately, it is better for the community.
The Hard Road to Staying Thin, Healthy and Youthful, While Enjoying Life and Food to the Fullest
Yesterday, we welcomed Spring on PK 304, sharing gifts and our passengers participated to the fullest. This launched the Spring special offers and seasonal discounts from PIA #PIA #SpringFestival #SpreadingJoy pic.twitter.com/JwGBxKGOSC
US Department of State spokesperson Heather Nauert called upon Pakistan for an action against Hafiz Saeed 'to the fullest extent of the law.'
Washington -- The United States on Friday urged Pakistan to prosecute Hafiz Mohammad Saeed 'to the fullest extent of the law', endorsing the Indian view on the Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) chief.
TheUnitedStateshas said that the banned Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) Chief Hafiz Saeed should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law as Washington regards him as a terrorist."We have made our points and our concerns to the Pakistani government very clear.
The designated terrorist should be "prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law," State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert responded to a question on the Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi decision not to prosecute Saeed.
At the age of 64, Jim was still living every day to the fullest."
A 26-YEAR-OLD man who died after a collision on Monday has been described as a "loving father, brother and grandson" who "enjoyed life to the fullest and always had a smile on his face".