whole shebang

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The modern day circus is an entirely different affair, the greatest skill of the owner being to juggle budgets sufficiently well so the whole shebang can stay on the road.
If they do win the whole shebang, there's no pounds 1million cheque at the end, either.
There's a slightly ragged sound about the whole shebang, a sense that each song is rocking on the edge of some precipice, but it all lands well.
No doubt the whole shebang could be improved, but this whole "failure" nonsense is being cooked up by "my-club-is-better-than-yours" old-schoolers who would happily take us backwards to the bad old days of bankrupt clubs filled with old-time overseas hangers-on.
Ever since, I have wondered if his decision was legal; and if it wasn't, could the "election" result be deemed invalid, with the whole shebang having to be re-run, in which case I too would have voted against.
And here to jumpstart the whole shebang," chortled the BBC's oppressively genial host Terry Wogan.
If you want the whole shebang (spa, ski lessons, gourmet suppers, and stunning views), book a room at Sun Mountain Lodge in Winthrop.
The new Zep Mini has the top-notch noise-polishing tech, but shrinks the whole shebang down to about half the size.
The common people lumped in the occult with the equally mysterious (but more traditional) arts and sciences and labeled the whole shebang grammar.
As your article implied, the LCVP [Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel] was truly the workhorse of the whole shebang.
One consequence of a wraparound universe--he personally favors a spherical dodecahedron--is that the whole shebang may be a lot smaller than it looks.
After all, if you win, you end up having to host the whole shebang the following year, and given that we are mortgaging the family silver to pay for the Olympics, a new, costly, international bash wouldn't be looked on with too much favour in Whitehall.
There are so many wonderful prophets and priests among the people in the pews who are magnificently qualified to preside at Eucharist, deliver homilies, and run the whole shebang.
You deplore those aspects but have no wish to abolish the whole shebang.
One thing, though: The whole shebang was off-the-record.