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  • adj. Wholehearted.


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  • There is no resistance to fullhearted European co-operation wherever this brings added value to us all.

    Address to the Irish Parliament (No Turning Back)

  • He knew that while biniodide of mercury would blister and put right a bowed tendon, or the firing iron take the life out of a splint, that a much finer knowledge than this was requisite to get fullhearted work out of a thoroughbred.


  • He warned that such treatment "can only succeed in adversely affecting the morale of Negro troops ... and hamper efforts to secure fullhearted support of the

    Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965


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