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a full-time job Are you full? at full length at full pelt at full speed at full value at the full at the full market value awfully funny be full of the joys of spring Bonn has been struggling with a fundamental structural change - successfully chock-full of Chuck Norris plays russian roulette with a fully loded revolver ... and wins. cram-full full and frank full as a tick full blast full blown full bosomed full figured full of atmosphere full of cares full of foreboding full of suspense full of verve full of vim full of vim and vigour full of wit full out full plate full steam ahead full strength full throttle full tilt full-blooded full-blown full-faced He gave in gracefully He is full of beans He’s full of go He’s full of good ideas He’s full of mischief Here we come full circle in our discussion I am awfully sorry I can fully understand that I expressed myself inartfully I have no intention of letting this matter drop until I have received full compensation I promise faithfully ... I remain respectfully yours ... I’m dreadfully sorry I’m fully at your disposal in full activity in full feather in full flight in full rig in full swing in high/full feather in the full sense of the word including full board Is the glass half-full or half-empty? It is a world full of surprises to anyone open to the challenge It’s better to travel hopefully than to arrive It’s time that I cleaned up my room. It’s full of flotsam and jetsam May your days be full of joy one brick short of a full load Out of the abundance/fullness of the heart the mouth speaketh Ring aring of roses, a pocketfull of posies, atishoo, atishoo, all fall down! see that the goods are carefully packed She gives her fancy full scope She glided gracefully and weightlessly over the ice So we’ve come full circle in our discussion Sooner or later, fashion comes full circle the full monty The fundamental cause of the trouble is that in the modern world the stupid are cocksure while the intelligent... The moon is at the full The moon is past the full The power stations are going full blast and giving off a quarter of the total amount of carbon dioxide generat... The public is wonderfully tolerant. It forgives everything except genius. The referee blew for full-time The Ruhr area has been struggling with a fundamental structural change - successfully The sturdy castle walls in the west of Munich surround a storehouse full of books The use of green techniques is far from having fully reached its potential The wine is full-bodied, gently textured, just irresistible They all live life to the full and are very optimistic This industry is feeling/bearing the full brunt of the recession This is a seminal book, which will hopefully attract many readers in Germany Though he has worked from moning till night he is still full of beans to accept/take full responsibility to allow full bent to be blissfully ignorant to be full to be full of beans to be full of go to be full of holes to be full of it to be full of life to be full of mischief to be full of oneself to be full of piss and vinegar to be full of the joys of spring to be full to overflowing to be full up to be fully aware of something to be fully aware of the importance to be fully booked to be fully stretched to be in full cry to be in full possession of the facts to be in full swing to be ticking over nicely/beautifully to carry a child to full term to cram full to enjoy life to the full to enjoy something to the full to examine carefully to exploit one’s full potential to give one’s fancy full scope to give someone full powers to have a belly full of something to have come full circle to have got one’s hands full to have got one’s hands full with someone to have the full use of one’s faculties to its full extent to know full well to not be playing with a full deck to one’s full satisfaction to operate at full capacity to pay in full to perform to a full house to pump someone full of lead to sign in full to tap the full potential to the full to the fullest of one’s power to your full satisfaction Today, 20 full-time members of staff work alongside with five apprentices to keep the venue going Today, the Rhine is a prime example of a successfully treated river Travel improves the mind wonderfully, and does away with all one’s prejudices. under full sail We are but Warriors for the working day: Our Gaynesse and our Gilt are all besmyrcht With raynie Marching in t... We are full up for March We cannot gracefully refuse We have our hands full with him we’ve come full circle What do you mean fully booked? You’re bloody joking! Write the word out in full! You can’t study on a full stomach You have to watch your diet more [carefully] and get more exercise You’re full of shit! Yours faithfully

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