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  1. Full is the normal state for an OSPF router.
  2. In full, the Sovereign is still referred to as "His (or Her) Most Gracious Majesty", actually a merger of both the Scottish Grace and the English Majesty.
  3. When full, the gallbladder can hold up to 50 ml of bile at a time.
  4. Though the full (Welsh) was swimming in grease this explained the funny smell to the hotel.

Full Control

  1. With root access, you have full control.
  2. You have full control of your VPS including full root access to install your own applications not viable on a shared hosting environment.
  3. Full control - Install anything anytime With the root access to your server you can install any application on your server, without any hassle.


  1. As often happens to those who enjoy great fortune, Bellerophon got way too full of himself and began to fancy himself a god.
  2. It does mean eternal life with Christ-like holiness and love, in which the full potential of human beings as the image of God is realized.
  3. While a full understanding of God is beyond human beings, Nanak described God as not wholly unknowable.


  1. A full understanding of the commitment that a dedicated server host is offering will help in a decision to utilize that service.
  2. This will help ensure that general aviation users will be full and willing participants in the modernized NAS.
  3. The mountain biking courses offered by Indian Himalayas are just awe-inspiring, full of fun and help you to expand your horizons in this challenging sport.

Full Advantage

  1. As the world can now see, Morrison has taken full advantage of his extreme home, and ECW may never be the same.
  2. Here Vaughan takes full advantage of her range and power and dispenses with the saccharine sweetness so common to other recordings of this song.
  3. Cosmetic dentistry in NYC is flourishing day by day and people are taking full advantage of it.


  1. Specification for running IP over ATM in a manner that takes full advantage of the features of ATM. Defined in RFC 1577. Sometimes called CIA.
  2. ZyXEL's NetAtlas is an Element Management System (EMS) that supports a full suite of features for managing ZyXEL's IP DSLAM solutions.
  3. ABAP Objects uses a single inheritance model and full support for object features such as encapsulation, polymorphism, and persistence.

Full Bodied

  1. This wine is full bodied and smooth, it will please just about any palate.
  2. Amarones are rich, full bodied wines with flavor and aroma notes that are often compared to the flavors of Port wine.
  3. Elegant and full bodied, this wine is smooth with a pleasant taste of blackberries and a tantelizing hint of tobacco.


  1. Loaded with potential health benefits this is a beautiful tea with full, refreshing, fruity-sweet aromas and flavors to match.
  2. The rich, full bodied, berry flavor of a wine made from a Cabernet grape is also recognized by the distinctive flavor of tea and other herbs.
  3. Tea is full of flavor and fragrance.


  1. The Mortgagee agrees to accept a payoff which is short of the full amount in lieu of incurring the expense and time of foreclosing.
  2. Short on jargon and full of fascinating illustrative anecdotes, his book will appeal to both general readers and scholars.
  3. Many of his plays (short, one-act, and full length) as well as other examples of his written and produced work.


  1. The Xiphos NT is a 3-volt rail-mounted LED pistol light boasting over 65 lumens of blinding white led light at full power.
  2. At full power, fuel is injected at the same time as air (same as for conventional) to promote good mixing.
  3. While waiting for the water to boil place a ceramic tea pot containing a quarter of a cup of water in a microwave oven on full power for one minute.


  1. In addition, the Vonage service is full of features that are either not available from the local telco, or would cost a small fortune every month.
  2. In addition to the full complement of taxa, we ran NJ analyses to reflect the taxon sampling in refs.
  3. In addition, there may be partial or full loss of movement (paralysis), sensory abnormalities, and defects of hearing and vision.


  1. Zinfandel - Zinfandel is a red wine with light to full body and berry-like or spicy flavors.
  2. It emits very enticing scents of ripe berries and coffee aromas that follow through to a full body, with silky, fruity tannins and a long, velvety finish.
  3. Very focused and precise on the nose, with a full body, wonderfully silky tannins and a fruity, bright aftertaste.


  1. The Enema bag has a control valve to allow water to flow into the body or to stop the flow when you feel full.
  2. Before six months, patients much sip water constantly to get in enough water each day, which causes them to always feel full.
  3. See a tribute to the Cantina Bar scene in Star Wars; this one full of angels and devils that turn water into wine and other fun parlor tricks.


  1. Another place to locate information is Scouting Magazine, which is full of ideas for each month of the year.
  2. Thekkinkadu Maidan is full of card players and evening political debates take place here every day.
  3. In 1952 and 1953, when the world championship was run for Formula Two cars, a full season of non-championship Formula One racing took place.


  1. Script allows for right and left scrolling of thumbnails that when clicked opens an auto-resized window for full image view.
  2. Absolutely right, I do a lot of campaigning to get people to the ballet who normally wouldn't go thinking it is just girly and full of divas.
  3. Mahavir Jayanti occurs on the thirteenth day of Chaitra, right around the time of the full moon.


  1. See J. L. E. Dreyer's Tycho Brahe (Edinburgh, 1890), which gives full and authentic information regarding his life and work.
  2. The original inhabitants of Rome, who were a bit old fashioned, spoke full of shame about the people who had slaves do all the work.
  3. The work is also full of beautiful dances, but they do not, for the most part, advance or enlarge Balanchine's choreographic ideas.


  1. You may find that the tea helps you feel more full in between meals as well as helping your body burn energy more efficiently.
  2. Carol Hall is a joy to work with, she is so organized and full of energy.
  3. FM Static is a band that is full of energy with really upbeat pop music that has a punk rock drawl.


  1. Sprint Cup has had full fields of 43 cars for each of its races this season, and the Nationwide Series has had a full field in every race but one.
  2. This race was plagued by rain, even causing a red flag at one point, but it still ran to the full 500 mile distance.
  3. I had a great race here on my Formula 1 debut in 2007, won the race a year later and made full use of KERS to drive through the field there last year.


  1. In fact, a high-speed USB hub can be used for both high, full (12Mbps) and low (1.5Mbps) speed devices at the same time.
  2. In fact, this paper was so full of errors that it was omitted from his collected works -- except for the part about octonions [ 16].
  3. Every chapter is full of examples of people who have taken leadership roles based on these values, showing that it is, in fact, possible.


  1. This book is fun to look at; it is full of pictures of mandalas being made, the details of the mandala, and the Kalachakra ceremony.
  2. Millions, full of hope, look up at the swastika; The day breaks for freedom and for bread.
  3. Earlier studies, which indicated that a smaller percentage of those with Rett Syndrome had the mutation, did not look for as full of an array of mutations.


  1. Your loan documents will specify a payment amount you need to make each month until the loan is paid in full, a payment that includes principal and interest.
  2. BORROWER (MORTGAGOR) - one who receives funds in the form of a loan with the obligation of repaying the loan in full with interest.
  3. Alienation Clause A term of a mortgage which requires that the borrower pay in full the principal and interest due upon the sale of the property.


  1. The album proved to be her most mature and musically adventurous to date, Amos recording with a full band for the first time.
  2. Described by many as a return to form, it allowed Dando to continue to tour, except this time with a full band.
  3. In support of the film, the band went on a world tour, appearing for the first time with a full band.


  1. The chic Kolonaki area, near Syntagma Square, is full of boutiques catering to well-heeled customers by day and bars and restaurants by night.
  2. Raka is the first fortnight, Kuhu the second, Sinivali the new moon (night), Anumati the full moon (night), Dhatr the moon.
  3. He remembers running outside at night to marvel at the full moon, knowing a man was walking on its surface at the same time.


  1. Unfortunately the remaining parts of the Sun are still just as bright, so they are now brighter on the retina than when looking at a full Sun.
  2. Light: Full sun to partial shade.
  3. Nowadays, site it anywhere in the yard, front or back, that gets full sun for most of the day.


  1. When the sun and moon are on opposite sides of the earth, the moon appears "full" to us, a bright, round disk.
  2. So the ratios of light received here on Earth between the full moon and the quarter moon would be pi if the Moon were indeed lambertian.
  3. As one rabbi put it: If Jesus descended to earth to inhabit the bread each time it was consecrated and served, heaven would be full of holes, like cheese.


  1. In no event shall a charge be refunded on the basis of loan ineligibility where the application for refund is made after the loan is paid in full.
  2. Here is a case from New Jersey which gives a full explanation of "judicial estoppel" and its application to legal malpractice.
  3. Instead, they were barred one year after the offer for sale and before the full patent application was filed.


  1. Full (complete) dentures are used when all of the natural teeth have been lost, while partial dentures fill in the gaps between natural teeth.
  2. It is in your best interest to file as full a description of your invention and as complete an application as possible right at the outset.
  3. BUY THE FULL VERSION To receive a complete and bespoke profile on Digital Illusions CE AB, including SWOT analysis, order the full profile for just $125.


  1. Each edition is full of information about food intolerance, its symptoms, and real-life examples of how people have solved intolerance problems.
  2. I have saw the page is full of information about Iobates's relatives (eg.
  3. To view the full version with more information, formatting and images, please click here.


  1. Rich in anecdote and color, steeped in history, and full of human interest, Cinderella Man is a classic David and Goliath tale that transcends the sport.
  2. Almost each place in the peninsula where Bodrum lies is full of history.
  3. It's very well done, and is full of information, history, and background information of the beautiful Diva.


  1. Akela: The moon is full, just as it was long ago on that night in the jungle when Mowgli first joined the Seeonee wolf pack.
  2. The wine is medium to full in body, with juicy fruit, firm tannins, great acid balance and a long, lush finish.
  3. Day 20 proved to be long, tiresome and full of action with three new champions being added to the World Series of Poker history books.


  1. Full upper replacements: The upper set of teeth is replaced with implants.
  2. Dentures may be partial, that is, replacing only a section of teeth, or full, which would replace the entire upper or lower sections of teeth.
  3. A full denture replaces an entire row of teeth and a partial denture (removable bridge) replaces only several teeth.


  1. Less than a year later, the band released the EP Fopp, which was combined with Screaming Life and released as a full length album in 1990.
  2. In 1996, the band recorded their first full length album, Hell is Other People, which was not released until 1998 through Offtime Records.
  3. In the fall of 1988, the band released Ultramega OK, their first full length album.


  1. On January 31, 2007, Glay released their long awaited full length album, " Love is Beautiful ", containing fourteen tracks total.
  2. The Lakeland Terrier is a dog that is playful, full of energy, and can be very entertaining, with lots of enthusiasm and a love for life.
  3. He was full of love for God, a friend of virtue and an enemy of evil.


  1. Very few people would recognize the full, official names of many airports around the world.
  2. Editor note: This is indeed a fascinating book with full color photos and information about 88 of the top tournament poker players in the world.
  3. Read more Published on September 5, 2003 Lose Weight With The Power of One The world of nutrition is full of half-trues and misinformation.


  1. Full and ripe, juicy fruit flavors follow the nose, fresh and so fruity that it communicates an impression of sweetness even though the wine is dry.
  2. The wine is very rich and full in the mouth, the fruit is still quite powerful, quince, apple, honeyed dried apricots and yes, petrol and mineral.
  3. Full of the flavors of juicy peach and ripe apricots, this wine has citrusy hints of lemon and orange that wraps things up with a bright, crisp finish.


  1. BALD MEN CAN'T BE GAY!!!!! Case in point, Elton John: He comes out, and *poof*, instantly full, thick head of hair.
  2. It is essential that the Minnesota criminal defense lawyer has full knowledge of the case, and the history.
  3. See full face diving mask for information about masks in case of risk of underwater fights.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

  1. Alternative dispute resolution - Settling a dispute without a full, formal trial.

Strain Drink

  1. Fill a Highball glass almost full with ice cubes and strain drink into Highball glass.

Balloon Mortgage

  1. Balloon mortgage: A mortgage that typically offers low rates for the first 3 to 10 years, at which point the principal balance needs to be paid in full.
  2. Balloon Mortgage - This is where the remaining balance must be paid in full at the end of a pre-set term.
  3. A balloon mortgage is one which will be payable in full before the full term expires.

Final Lump Sum Payment

  1. Mortgage with a final lump sum payment that is greater than preceding payments and pays the loan in full.

Full Service

  1. Full Color Printing Preferred Printing is a professional, full service, full color printing & graphic design firm.
  2. California Real Estate Center is a full service real estate company which offers a discounted fee of only 4.5% to list you home for sale.
  3. Full service opt in email marketing campaigns - Let us do all the work for your email marketing campaign.


  1. Another way to look at it is how long it takes for the Moon to return to the same phase; how long it takes to go from full moon to full moon.
  2. He attempted political poetry, and, although his work is full of the strangest obscurities, he prepared the way for the Bolognese school.
  3. So, I take full advantage of this fact, and am willing to blip in a way that will not work in an inexpensive (non-SMG) race car.

Demand Payment

  1. Due on-Sale-Clause A clause in a mortgage loan which gives the lender the right to demand payment in full when the property changes ownership.
  2. A term of a mortgage which allows the creditor to demand payment in full of principal and interest due upon the sale of the property.


  1. If every payment is made on time and in full over the amortization period, the loan will be completely repaid at the end of the amortization period.
  2. Balloon Payment - The final lump sum payment that is made at the end of the shorter term for a balloon loan and pays the loan in full.
  3. Call Option A provision of a note which allows the lender to require repayment of the loan in full before the end of the loan term.

Half Day

  1. Half day and full day deep sea fishing charters using light and heavy tackle in the blue water surrounding Key West.
  2. Crusoe Fishing Adventures - Offers half day, full day or overnight fishing charters and leisure cruises from Port Vila.


  1. These defects can arise after you've purchased your home and can jeopardize your right to ownership in part or full.
  2. The right to prepay a loan without penalty, either in full or in part.
  3. This one was released in 1931 as part of the "Dogs by Wardle -- Full Length." On the back it says, "The Bedlington Terrier.

Full Development

  1. A full development of supersonics would have to wait for Theodore von Kármán 's work, a student of Prandtl at Göttingen.
  2. The Lunar Prospector mission was the third mission selected by NASA for full development and construction as part of NASA's Discovery Program.
  3. The energy thus engendered is not lost or annihilated, but is stored in Manas, but the body, brain, and astral body permit no full development of the force.


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