full treatment


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Noun1.full treatment - everything available; usually preceded by `the'; "we saw the whole shebang"; "a hotdog with the works"; "we took on the whole caboodle"; "for $10 you get the full treatment"
entireness, entirety, integrality, totality - the state of being total and complete; "he read the article in its entirety"; "appalled by the totality of the destruction"
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The full treatment ExecuCut is $25 or the touch up ExecuTrim is $15.
The filly is improving all the time and battled on really gamely when Eddery gave her the full treatment at York.
With automatic scheduling of full treatment courses, daily and monthly schedule viewing, related activity tracking, and printed calendars, VARiS Schedule simplifies the day-to-day operation of oncology clinics.
Freezing extra embryos gives couples an additional opportunity to conceive without repeating the full treatment.
The remainder of the text presents a full treatment of work done in 2004.
Due to the early suspension of dosing, the number of patients receiving the full treatment was too small to show statistical significance between the treatment groups and placebo.
Eighteen of the cases are provided full treatment, with a brief narrative explanation followed by documents generated at the Supreme Court; copies of lower court records and proceeding sent to the Supreme Court for review; and some supplemental documents from the records of the federal circuit and district courts.
QI AM in the process of changing sex and I'm dressing as a woman because I can't get full treatment on the NHS unless I live as a female for a year.
Now he expects the full treatment from the boo boys when the sides meet again in the league at Victoria Park.
Martin Pipe's grey was hanging and swerving about all over the place and wouldn't have rewarded favourite backers in the three-mile handicap hurdle had he not been given the full treatment by the record- breaking champion.
Also, this allows physicians to ensure that the full treatment is completed by the patient.
A minimally invasive, non-surgical procedure, cooled thermotherapy requires a single visit for a full treatment.