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in its/their entirety

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin its/their entiretyin its/their entirety formalALL/EVERYTHINGincluding every part The film has been shown in its entirety for the first time. entirety
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in its/their entiretyOn 30 November the Decree on Missionary Activity was voted through chapter by chapter, and then approved in its entirety.He withdrew it when it was agreed to omit the paragraph in its entirety.Or survive the pain of remembering the past in its entirety?Only by offering the play in its entirety, blemishes and all, does its content makes sense.The speech will published in its entirety in tomorrow's paper.Of the sections I read in their entirety the coverage is somewhat variable.The completed cycle was screened in its entirety for the first time at the Venice Festival this autumn.Such models of sites and structures have the advantage of giving a three-dimensional view and show the site in its entirety.It is even possible that this residue could be used in its entirety to make heat shields.
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