Complete; including all or nearly all elements or aspects of something,
Complete; including all or nearly all elements or aspects of something
a comprehensive list of sources
Of large content or scope; wide-ranging
a comprehensive collection of photographs
(of automobile insurance) Providing coverage for most risks, including damage to the policyholder's own vehicle
comprehensive and collision insurance
An examination testing a student's command of a special field of knowledge
Of or relating to understanding
A secondary school catering to children of all abilities from a given area
including all or everything; "comprehensive coverage"; "a comprehensive history of the revolution"; "a comprehensive survey"; "a comprehensive education"
comprehensive examination: an intensive examination testing a student's proficiency in some special field of knowledge; "she took her comps in English literature"
broad in scope; "a comprehensive survey of world affairs"
(comprehensiveness) breadth: the capacity to understand a broad range of topics; "a teacher must have a breadth of knowledge of the subject"; "a man distinguished by the largeness and scope of his views"
A comprehensive school; Broadly or completely covering; including a large proportion of something
(Comprehensively) not ad hoc but relevant to all kinds of problems.
(COMPREHENSIVENESS) Is the degree to which a test measures the overall objective.
(Comprehensiveness) Full breadth and depth of coverage on the evaluation issues of interest.
(Comprehensiveness) Google is not a management system. Because of the vagaries described above, you can’t use Google to tell you how many documents you hold about a particular subject, or which document is the most authoritative or up to date, unless you have been very careful to add consistent ...
(Comprehensiveness) The breadth of services that patients require and the knowledge base needed to treat multiple, complex medical conditions; linked with continuity. ...
(Comprehensiveness) The degree to which the full range of ecological communities and their biological diversity are incorporated within protected areas.
(comprehensiveness) One of the five scientific standards used in evaluating personality theories. Theories that explain more empirical data within a domain are generally superior to those that explain fewer findings.
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A full range of available services including various levels of nursing care, support therapies, psycho/social assessments, treatment and referral to appropriate resources.
1. dealing with all or many of the relevant details; including much; inclusive. 2. able to comprehend fully.
Provides coverage for any direct and accidental loss of, or damage to, YOUR covered automobile and its normal equipment, to include but not limited to fire, theft or malicious mischief.
That coverage which pays for direct and accidental damage to the insured's automobile, other than that caused by Collision. All losses not specifically excluded are covered and such coverage usually has a deductible.
Covering completely or broadly. Including the necessary information to communicate the major or essential aspects of an organization’s performance.
The resource includes all items in the category for which the resource was created.
a policy that pays for the loss or damage to your vehicle not caused in a collision, e.g. by the weather or a thief.
Indicators should reflect various economic, social and environmental impacts, and various transport activities (such as both personal and freight transport).
Covers the history of war from ancient times to the present, from a global perspective
Through the use of psycho-educational testing or other means of verifying the nature and extent of a disability, the documentation or evaluation report should include the following six components: (1) evidence of the existing impairment, (2) background information, (3) relevant testing, (4) ...
Pays for own vehicle damages from non-driving incidents (weather, natural disasters, crime, etc.).
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