soup-to-nuts


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An Americanism for ‘from the beginning to the end’, derived from a full course meal, which begins with soup and ends with dessert (nuts)

soup-to-nuts

adjective Americanism referring to an organization or system that provides a full range of products or services
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I'm talking soup-to-nuts replacement of not only engine temperature sensors and display, but also fuel quantity.
"Many creative projects get bought and sold in one place and end up being outsourced throughout the world, but KP Photo's work, from soup-to-nuts, will all take place here in Ohio."
"When you're in a lean organization, you have to participate soup-to-nuts because everything impacts every aspect of the business.
"The Photographer's Black and White Handbook" is a profusely illustrated compendium of inspiration, ideas, techniques, and tools to use in black and white photography, along with a soup-to-nuts workflow to take aspiring photographers from black and white pre-visualization through capture and post-production.
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Integral provides "soup-to-nuts" assistance in complex drug delivery projects, especially in product development of sustained release microspheres/nanospheres, depots, liposomes and cyclodextrin-based products.
Pre-war home recently the beneficiary of a soup-to-nuts renovation by noted architect John Springer.
touts itself as a 100-percent, soup-to-nuts turnkey business.
Listing details and property records show the house was originally built in 1915, and purchased in 2005 for $2.26 million by Los Angeles designer and residential restoration specialist Brian Little, who gave the manse a soup-to-nuts restoration, renovation and expansion.
But whether you're looking to the cloud to help with one part of your workflow for seeking a soup-to-nuts solution, the articles in this Cloud Video Superguide can help you assess your needs and determine what will work best for your unique situation.
Continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) burgeoned in their elements, especially within the assisted living component, with some organizations creating virtual soup-to-nuts communities where every possible service is available, right on the campus.
For the $15 price of admission, the soup-to-nuts event, which typically draws more than 300 people, will offer samplings of local and regional fare as well as a silent auction, raffles and door prizes.