whole caboodle

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Remember when old Bowser cost you the only birds you saw that morning, when he moved up and flushed the whole caboodle before you were in position to shoot?
Victor Chandler was the trailblazer, first dipping his toe in the water in 1997 and moving the whole caboodle a couple of years later.
Metabolism is a whole caboodle of chemical processes, which the body uses to turn food into energy, grow, repair damage from diseases and injuries, use medicines, and carry out other functions necessary to continue living.
But Flavin, who is starring in Singin' in the Rain at the Empire Theatre next week, is doing the whole caboodle live.
The saxophones include James Moody, Jimmy Heath and Antonio Hart, the trumpets feature Randy Brecker and Claudio Roditi, Steve Davis is among the trombones, Mulgrew Miller is on piano, the whole caboodle is under the direction of Slide Hampton and the special guest is Roy Hargrove.
Leeds-based full service agency The Whole Caboodle was responsible for producing the new logo.
So Coker paid Central Bank and Capitol One and filed suit to recover the whole caboodle.
Carnwath, I suspect, knows that her nonart ideas - her philosophical thumb-suckers, her Eastern mysticism, her fretting over ecology, her generalized upset with violence, misogyny, intolerance, and the whole caboodle of things she calls "bad stuff" - demand some kind of subtlety of presentation if they are not to seem hopelessly adolescent.
A friend told her who he was, but April said: "Having known the Beatles, The Who, the Rolling Stones and the whole caboodle, I was never really interested in any of that.
But he added: "Fergie is obviously the whole caboodle with manmanagement and things like that.
The whole caboodle was draped in a rich tomato sauce, inside and out, and made for a very satisfying starter.
And now, thanks to the whim of a banker, we have one of the best uses of an egg ever; soft yeasty muffins, sweet ham, perfectly poached eggs and a creamy Hollandaise sauce with just enough vinegary acidity to crown the whole caboodle nicely.
Not the turkeys themselves perhaps (though they are pretty damn good in their own right) but the whole caboodle.