Definitions

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  • adjective total
  • adjective summarizing everything

Etymologies

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all + up

Examples

  • Trying to make it an all-up module capable of all of it, in one go, pushes mass to an unacceptable level.

    Orion Slims Down - NASA Watch

  • Sonic and the Secret Rings is just another in a long list of hedgehog-flavoured disappointments, and all-up I'd say barricading your doors in order to keep it out of your house is probably not an overreaction.

    Sonic and the Secret Rings

  • An Australian Military Type Certificate was awarded on 26 October 2005, which limited operations of in-service aircraft to flights where: there are no icing conditions; the maximum all-up weight is limited to 6100 kilograms; there are no shipborne operations; and the weather permits operations under visual meteorological flight conditions.

    Toothless tigers

  • The problem is heightened in an area if you have an 'all-up' election, which we had in Birmingham in 2004.

    EXCLUSIVE: David Davis to Take on BNP

  • Thirty million large or not, Newt Gingrich can't go all-up in that space of time in Iowa and the Granite State, it is impossible especially for such an ubiquitous political personality.

    The Chimes at Midnight

  • The von Braun team was not a big fan of all-up testing—nor was Neil Armstrong: I viewed it as a good approach for unmanned tests but as a somewhat dangerous approach in manned flight.

    First Man

  • The phenomenally fast pace of its development resulted from the strategy of “all-up testing,” a new NASA R&D philosophy championed by Dr. George Mueller, the associate administrator for manned space flight.

    First Man

  • The von Braun team was not a big fan of all-up testing—nor was Neil Armstrong: I viewed it as a good approach for unmanned tests but as a somewhat dangerous approach in manned flight.

    First Man

  • The von Braun team was not a big fan of all-up testing—nor was Neil Armstrong: I viewed it as a good approach for unmanned tests but as a somewhat dangerous approach in manned flight.

    First Man

  • The phenomenally fast pace of its development resulted from the strategy of “all-up testing,” a new NASA R&D philosophy championed by Dr. George Mueller, the associate administrator for manned space flight.

    First Man

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