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en·tire

(en-tīr'),
Having a smoothly continuous edge or border without indentations or projections; denoting a margin, as of a bacterial colony.

entire

(ĕn-tīr′)
adj.
Not castrated.
n.
An uncastrated horse; a stallion.

en·tire′ness n.

entire

(of plant structure) not toothed or cut.

entire

a term used in reference to an uncastrated animal, male or female.
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The Essential Unities of the TBE Estate--Tenancy by entirety must have the following six characteristics:
Only married couples may hold property as tenants by the entirety in Illinois, and they may use that form of ownership only for homestead property.
Supreme Court considered how "tenancy by the entirety," a form of joint ownership available only to married couples, affects a tax lien.
Soon to be vacated by Toys 'R Us, the 101,500 square-foot five-level retail block is available in its entirety, or in separate units of 70,000 and 41,500 square feet.
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A husband and wife owned real and personal property (bank accounts, stocks, bonds and a residence) as tenants by the entirety.
The most reviled 25 will be shown in their entirety during the show.
Spectators had to exit the museum and reenter at the opposite end in order to see the show in its entirety.
Under the Restructuring Agreement, SSTY agreed to: (1) terminate in its entirety the March 16, 2006 licensing agreement between SSTY and TPID, wherein SSTY licensed to TPID certain contractual rights of SSTY in exchange for, inter alia, a royalty, and certain payments to SSTY and others and repayment; and (2) strike in its entirety certain provisions of the March 17, 2006 Agreement to Issue Stock for Technology License between SSTY and TPID, wherein SSTY could have received TPID shares in addition to the shares SSTY had already received and had distributed to its shareholders as a dividend.
It was questionable at common law whether a joint tenancy with right of survivorship or a tenancy by the entirety could be created by a conveyance from the owner to the owner and another.
For the economic substance of Winn-Dixie's COLI program, the court looked to the plan "in its entirety rather than any single step.
The Academy Award-winning ``Schindler's List,'' a movie based on the heroic story of a Nazi war profiteer who saved 1,100 Jews during World War II, will be shown in its three-hour entirety - with no commercials - on NBC under Ford's sponsorship.