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full-fledged

(fo͝ol′flĕjd′)
adj.
1. Having reached full development; mature.
2. Having full status or rank: a full-fledged lawyer.
3. Having fully developed adult plumage.
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She noted that the proposal surfaced during the second Presidential Commission on the Local Government Structure of 2001, adding that the proposal was premised on the potential of enhancing service delivery by upgrading sub districts to fully fledged districts.
This could result in Cardiff Airport either being a fully fledged hub, or, if not that, one that would supplement London as something less, with Schipol possibly being the main hub for air travel alone out of South Wales as it now is.
The Colombo city is becoming a fully fledged and glamorous metropolis.
"We want to make it a fully fledged visitor attraction - a permanent home for what is a terrific collection."
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Not only did our little lady have a singing part in her school eisteddfod, proudly standing at the back of the stage in her seriously cute Welsh costume, but she also became a fully fledged Rainbow.
"Having made their final review, the leaders decided to start their fully fledged negotiations on September 3, 2008 under the good offices mission of the UN secretary general.
The document added that the leaders "agreed to discuss the details of the implementation [of the agreement] during fully fledged negotiations".
Having started out as a protection project, the scheme has now become a fully fledged reserve playing a large part in the local community.
LOCAL government on Teesside this month sees a new organisation becoming fully fledged to drive forward the economic fortunes of the area.
Originally an agricultural settlement on the edge of Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan has mushroomed to a fully fledged city, housing Israel's national stadium, a major diamond exchange, and the country's tallest office tower.
Before the green tire can become a fully fledged member of the mile-eating tire family, it has to undergo a crucial step, i.e., vulcanization in a curing press, which also doubles as a mold.

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