(a.) The whole quantity, extent, duration, amount, quality, or degree of; the whole; the whole number of; any whatever; every; as, all the wheat; all the land; all the year; all the strength; all happiness; all abundance; loss of all power; beyond all doubt; you will see us all (or all of us).
(a.) Only; alone; nothing but.
(adv.) Wholly; completely; altogether; entirely; quite; very; as, all bedewed; my friend is all for amusement.
(adv.) Even; just. (Often a mere intensive adjunct.)
(n.) The whole number, quantity, or amount; the entire thing; everything included or concerned; the aggregate; the whole; totality; everything or every person; as, our all is at stake.
(conj.) Although; albeit.
(adv.) In a whole or complete manner; entirely; completely; perfectly.
(adv.) To the exclusion of other things; totally; fully.
(1) We are already witnessing a wholly understandable uprising of protest.
(2) The fact that the security service was in possession of and retained the copy tape until the early summer of 1985 and did not bring it to the attention of Mr Stalker is wholly reprehensible,” he wrote.
(3) Of these, 12 had radiation-induced neurologic complications which, in 5 instances, consisted of persisting, wholly or partially disabling paresis in the lower limbs.
(4) Carmon Creek is wholly owned by Shell, which said it expected the decision to cost $2bn in its third-quarter results due to impairment, contract provision, redundancy and restructuring charges.
(5) Undegradated collagen might be redistributed wholly in the endometrium on postpartum day 1 when the area of endometrium has diminished.
(6) As there is evidence for the relative inability of infants to synthesize taurine, this nitrogen compound has to be wholly supplied by the mother during pregnancy and by diet after birth, particularly for the prematures who have to constitute appreciable reserves in their tissues.
(7) When the blind monkey sleeps, the bizarre EEG is replaced by patterns wholly normal in appearance,32 indicating that some nonvisual system has extensive access to striate cortex in this state.
(8) I inherited Ted-Fred from my mother, a one-eyed and wholly uncuddly pre-war sack of mange (the bear, not my mum), and I had briefly loved Albert, a brown knitted dog, although I have very little memory of him.
(9) Jack Straw's detailed blueprint for a 300- strong, wholly elected upper chamber to replace the Lords appears to have been blocked at the last minute following resistance in cabinet.
(10) These twitches were shown to be neurogenic in all four species, by their prompt extinction in tetrodotoxin.2 alpha-Adrenoceptor blocking drugs abolished the contractile response to noradrenaline and to tyramine in all four species.3 Motor transmission was wholly adrenergic in the horse as in the dog RP because phentolamine rapidly abolished the electrically induced twitches in both these species; but in the pig and in the sheep RP a large proportion of the motor transmission was unaffected by phentolamine given in many times the concentration required to abolish matching noradrenaline-induced contractions.4 Because of the occurrence of periodic spasms in sheep preparations, further investigation of the phentolamine-resistant transmission was confined to the pig RP.
(11) table 1) does not wholly coincide with the enteral bile acid loss syndrome occurring in extensive ileum resection (56) where usually there is no evidence of fatty liver, icterus, cholestasis or encephalopathy.
(12) To date, only eight case reports describing a pancreatic abscess caused wholly or in part by Candida species have appeared in the literature.
(13) Thus, effects of secular change in age at menarche may not be wholly benign.
(14) It took the first intifada (the largely unarmed, six-year uprising that preceded the current, far more violent one) to transform Yassin wholly and irrevocably, and to pitchfork him into the forefront of the Palestinian struggle as a serious rival to Arafat himself.
(15) This represents a substantial contribution to the physiologically estimated rise in interstitial conductance (14 x) but does not wholly explain it.
(16) Although the possible interference of lead in carbohydrate metabolism is discussed, the results do not wholly support metabolic inhibition by lead.
(17) But, as it is currently drafted, it does not require companies in the UK to report on all the supply chains in their groups overseas, such as those of wholly owned subsidiaries abroad.
(18) At the end of a year-long inquiry, Sir Thayne Forbes, a former high court judge, found in his 1,350-page report that the most serious allegations made against the soldiers were “wholly and entirely without merit or justification”.
(19) The changes in amounts of protein during 5FC treatment do not wholly explain the changes in cell size although 14C-histidine incorporation experiments showed that protein synthesis continued in the presence of 5FC.
(20) The hybridization technique allows a cell of a particular differentiation lineage to be conserved, wholly or partially, in a cloned form, thus overcoming the heterogeneity of a normal marrow population.