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- adv. To the end
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- adv. to the goal
- adv. not stopping short of sexual intercourse
- adv. completely
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Part of the rock-and-roll flower-child generation, they would hold up hand-lettered signs indicating where they wanted to go, and usually, they would be picked up and transported some or all the way there.
His name was Sasha Gladky, a graduate medical student himself all the way from Leningrad University, and he joked and laughed about his wound, basking in the attention of the female hospital staff.
Noshing at the top of the food chain, we all receive a concentrated level of the environmental chemicals that persist in the air, water, and ground—because these contaminants have been ingested by all the animals that feed underneath us at each step, all the way down to the plants that grow in soil nourished by groundwater that has been steeped in industrial runoff before being eaten by the cow in the field.
No one else, after the day spent walking all the way to Sudak and sitting on the militia precinct floors, thinks we should be polite with the law.
In the following weeks, Kraft and Cortright fought it out all the way through NASA Headquarters.
But luck was on Edinburgh's side just minutes later as referee Peter Fitzgibbon missed a clear case of crossing and Robertson beat the first tackle to dart clear and all the way to the line.
In the crowd were Andrea Booth, a local nurse and her father Jack Booth, up from Toronto on vacation with his partner Sharon Gilbert - they had decided to drive all the way and taken seven days to cover the 3,000 miles.
My father and Uncle Volodya bump on ruts, announcing their arrival with rattling we hear all the way from the veranda, and leave the car by the back gate, next to the compost pile.
Ken Uston wound up taking his case all the way to the New Jersey supreme court, where he won a landmark decision.
For the next twenty-one miles, I kur-plunk, kurplunked, all the way home.