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"all-out war"; "a full-scale campaign against nuclear power plants"
Of the same size, scale, or proportions as an original object.
The museum has a full-scale replica of a Viking ship.
Thorough; complete; not lacking in any detail.
The business consultants performed a full-scale analysis of current market conditions.
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This was no ordinary case of littering in the National Forest, this was full-scale trashing of the public lands, and merited a term of incarceration.
The weakness of the PMI in December will add to calls for more aggressive central bank stimulus, including full-scale quantitative easing, to be undertaken as soon as possible.
Although the report does not cover the full scale of Israeli violations, it does provide definite proof that the Israeli army and government committed war crimes that should be immediately investigated by the International Criminal Court.
In response to the government's full-scale offensive on our positions in the three states of greater Upper Nile region, we have decided to take control of the oilfields and deny Salva Kiir from using the oil revenues to perpetuate the war.
I think that there are lots of people who wanted there to be a race for different reasons. And they thought the only way they could make it a race was a full-scale frontal assault on her. And so this email thing became the biggest story in the world.
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