that covers all of the floor of a room
pervasive or ubiquitous
The TV showed wall-to-wall coverage of the bombing.
The numerical value of wall-to-wall in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of wall-to-wall in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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We're no longer restricted by geography or the limited choices of one betting company. And we have wall-to-wall sport every day of the week from across the globe beamed into our lounge rooms, on our smartphones, technology is everything.
I just returned from the Munich Security Conference where I met with some very senior U.S. officials, the way they describe it they are ballistic about Netanyahu. This mindset is common wall-to-wall in all corridors of the [U.S.] administration; the Armed Service Committee, the intelligence community, the State Department, the Defense Department. I heard only one thing, and that is that this shouldn’t happen.
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