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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.
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"This grievance has been dismissed in its entirety by the investigating manager.
Defense counsel submitted a response to the appeal, petitioning the Appellate Panel of the Court of BiH to dismiss the appeal of the Prosecutor's Office of BiH and uphold the first-instance judgment in its entirety.
5 ( ANI ): A seaside resort town in the Netherlands is having a year-long beach party for the entirety of 2018.
(11) While the statutory language is silent as to whether spousal consent is required for mortgages, the SJC has held that either spouse can grant a mortgage on property held as tenants by the entirety. (12) In the case of default, protection for the nondebtor spouse is limited to a prohibition on forced partition and sale, so long as the property in question remains his or her principal residence.
* The Development of TBE Property: Married Women Could Not Hold Property Individually--Tenancy by the entirety took form in the 14th century and the feudal system also played a role in its development as a married woman could not hold property in her individual name.
In other words, revolution, according to what he says, falls outside the scope of politics and of historical progress, detonated by "peoples in their entirety" - meaning that it is not the climax of class struggle, according to the Marxist definition, nor a fight to confront occupation, nor a struggle for land, but rather "an end in itself, the achievement of which represents the achievement of its goal at the same time".
FNB appeared to experience something of a mutiny in July, when the entirety of its Shari'ah board resigned following concerns that the bank was moving away from its conservative approach.
As part of the 40th anniversary, Ian and his band will also be performing the new album in its entirety.
Torbey said UAE and Saudi banks recorded respectively a 4.14 and 6.54 percent increase in bank assets in the first nine months of 2011 compared to 5.78 and 3.28 in the entirety of 2010.
As if Primal scream coming to Belfast to do screamadelica in it's sublime entirety wasn't enough.
Quadri-rotor squelettes have all been hand-crafted in their entirety. Such watches remain the privilege of the exceptional few, not to mention the exceptionally wealthy few.
The new law, says Lisle lawyer Neil Goltermann of Momkus McCluskey LLC, who assisted in drafting the legislation, means married couples will no longer have to forego the protections of holding property as tenants by the entirety to set up and fund inter vivos trusts recommended for their estate plans.