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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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He said that he considered the principles underlying all volunteer service fundamentally wrong, and that it seemed to him that calling for volunteers reflected upon the courage and loyalty of the entire command.
Mrs Miller expressed great satisfaction in these declarations, in the sincerity of which she averred she had an entire faith; and now the remainder of the conversation past in the joint attempts of that good woman and Mr Nightingale to cheer the dejected spirits of Mr Jones, in which they so far succeeded as to leave him much better comforted and satisfied than they found him; to which happy alteration nothing so much contributed as the kind undertaking of Mrs Miller to deliver his letter to Sophia, which he despaired of finding any means to accomplish; for when Black George produced the last from Sophia, he informed Partridge that she had strictly charged him, on pain of having it communicated to her father, not to bring her any answer.
For example exp z, sin z, and cos z are examples of entire functions.
Also, James Street, from South Ludlow Street to the town line; Kilby Street, from Main Street to Tainter Street; Lincoln Street, from Goldsberry Street to Burncoat Street; Lodi Street, from Lamartine Street to Lafayette Street; Paradox Drive, from Beaconsfield Road to Wrentham Road; Plantation Street, from Wells Street to Franklin Street; Queen Street, from Austin Street to Kingsbury Street; Revere Street, entire; Rudolph Street, entire; Russell Street, from Elm Street to Pleasant Street; Stark Road, northwest to Mower Street; Tatnuck Square, from Chandler Street to Mill Street; Tiffany Avenue, east toward Brightwood Avenue; Toronita Avenue, entire; Tristant Court, entire; Wigwam Avenue, from Lake Avenue to Frank Street; and Wrentham Road, entire.
In its latest Lamb Action for Profit fact sheet ( Better Returns from Entire Male Lambs ( Eblex said there were pros and cons to such a strategy.
170(f)(3)(B) permits a deduction for a gift of an undivided portion of a donor's entire interest in property.
Optimal Solutions and Technologies (OST) has announced that the company has been assessed at Level 3 of the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) across its entire organization.
Frog design will occupy the entire seventh floor of the building, totaling 17,832 s/f, which also includes a unique wraparound terrace.
With repeated patterns of uninterrupted tension, our feet get tired and sore, thus creating stress throughout the entire body.
ABC's reality TV drama ``Extreme Makeover: Home Edition'' had a different challenge under its belt, far beyond the usual race against time to get an entire house completely renovated in just seven days, when entering the Ventura home of the Zitek family.
ENTIRE ISSUES FROM JAN 99 TO THE PRESENT CAN ALSO BE REVIEWED.
18), tools based on SMAX technology distribute turbulent water cooling behind the entire tool surface, rather than just in discrete cooling channels.