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in a complete manner

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in an exhaustive manner

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Service to the viability of the port of Bari, consisting mainly and not exhaustively, in the following activities: addressing and regulating the flow of traffic within the port of Bari; operational control of the parking areas / parking; control, motorized and non-vehicular traffic port; placement and removal of all devices for addressing the traffic flow (hurdles, cones of delimitation, different signaling systems, etc.
While both worked exhaustively hard, Jane was doing it for the good of others while struggling to find the cash and time for her own family.
Sheriff's deputies searched the home exhaustively and were about to leave, having assumed Roxy had run away.
The additive has been exhaustively tested and comes on to Texaco forecourts with no additional cost to the customer.
The media covered Katrina exhaustively, but only as it unfolded as a dramatic news event.
So, it toured this continent exhaustively and did not expire until 1962.
Although exhaustively researched, The Story of Civilization was written for a lay audience.
Numerous specific peacebuilding strategies are exhaustively discussed in this heavily researched compendium particularly recommended for college libraries, activist organizations, and political science shelves.
Greenblatt, Harvard Professor of Humanities, has written a tour-de-force biography that is exhaustively researched and penetrating in scope, yet never less than engaging and accessible.
In an exhaustively researched series for the Los Angeles Times, Peter Gosselon identifies a three decade-long political and corporate effort to shift economic risk away form business and onto the backs of Americans.
Exhaustively researched and systematically organized, The Social Conscience of the Early Victorians is both accomplished and sound.
Many kinds of readers will want a copy of Isherwood: A Life Revealed, Peter Parker's massive, exhaustively detailed biography of one of the key literary figures of the last century.
Exhaustively compiled, deftly organized, and capably edited by Rodney Ohebsion, A Collection Of Wisdom is a succinct guide that condenses the greatest morsels of the world's wisdom, teachings, quotes, and folktales into simple statements and sentences that anyone can readily grasp.
To avoid this uncertainty, Prusiner and his colleagues genetically engineered bacteria to make a synthetic prion that could be exhaustively purified and that folds differently from known prions.
SRMs) that can be shared and exhaustively characterized.