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 young Swedish firm is giving visitors the full treatment with a glamour gadget that resembles a tiny alien spacecraft this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
You may need to see a specialist for a full treatment regime.
Advances in Contemplative Psychotherapy" expands the dialogue and integration among neuroscience, contemplative psychology, and psychotherapy to include the first full treatment of second- and third-generation contemplative therapies, based on advanced meditation techniques of compassion training and role-modeled embodiment.
Medical Superintendent of DHQ Hospital Dr Habib Ahmed Butter, in his briefing, said that during the first three days of Tahaffuz-e-Sehat Camp over 800 patients were given full treatment free-of-cost by appointing extra doctors and paramedics.
Tenders are invited for : Recruitment of Ambulatory Health Care Service Full Treatment in the territorial area of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia for the FREMAP protected collective, Mutua Cooperativa de la Seguridad Social, n 61
Patients said the full treatment for dialysis patients would require insurance coverage for 156 sessions but expanding coverage would require an amendment to the law, Republic Act No.
He assured the villagers suffering from various diseases of full treatment.
Shay presents the first full treatment of the life of professional soldier and medal of honor winner Henry Ware Lawton (1843-1899).
Each program implemented by the clinic and their team combines diagnostic processes with full treatment and muscle strength training to help athletes meet their recovery targets within a consolidated timeframe.
The source said that workers who are not insured must be compensated by the companies they work for, either for full treatment and/or blood money.
That finally ends this summer when Moorfields' Northern Line gets the full treatment.
The second time she was diagnosed with the disease, she was working at CNA-Q and underwent full treatment at Hamad Medical Corporation.