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All the way through, in particular,
All the way through, in particular
In every part of (a place or object)
- it had repercussions
- the house is in good order
From beginning to end of (an event or period of time)
- the Church of which she was a faithful member
- both sets of parents retained a smiling dignity
from first to last; "the play was excellent end-to-end"
passim: used to refer to cited works
Completely through, right the way through; In every part; everywhere; during an entire period of time; in every part of; all through
Used of a charge touching the edge of the shield, which does not normally do so.
is a group, is a commutative ring with 1 and is a -algebra.
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