exhaustiveness


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ex·haus·tive

 (ĭg-zô′stĭv)
adj.
1. Treating all parts or aspects without omission; thorough: an exhaustive study.
2. Tending to exhaust.

ex·haus′tive·ly adv.
ex·haus′tive·ness n.
ex′haus·tiv′i·ty n.
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exhaustiveness

[ɪgˈzɔːstɪvnɪs] Nexhaustividad f
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But this exhaustiveness also has its rewards: there are enough original insights and connections here to ensure that the book justifies itself as a work of criticism as well as scholarship.
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