It is certainly all-embracing.
This year Mr Putin described the love-in as “all-embracing”.
It is the crazy-quilt, all-embracing nature of the feast that makes it local-kine — that is, island-style.
Few central departments of health are all-embracing; other departments also operate medical programs of some sort.
The vital reform would be to check the country's all-embracing corruption.
Best of all is an engagement with the audience that is direct, easy and all-embracing.
Associationist theories as all-embracing explanatory principles in psychology have received considerable criticism.
Before the last silence, with birdcalls in the woodwinds, there is a spell of absolute fulfillment, of all-embracing spiritual warmth.
So all-embracing is the topic that there could be questions on almost anything, and Mr Sharma may end up referring many of them to other departments.
Zhuangzi was aware of the fact that, in speaking about it, he could do no more than hint at the way toward the all-embracing and intuitive knowledge.
The better the testing and tracing, the less all-embracing social distancing needs to be, because infected people are routinely isolated from the population.
After this ruling, no prime minister can secretly renegotiate one of the most all-embracing treaties, the 1972 European Communities Act, ever made by the UK either.
…Absolute—of the all-embracing totality of reality—considered “as Subject and not merely as Substance” (i.e., as a conscious agent or Spirit and not merely as a real being).
The theme of The Odyssey, he said in 1917, while working on his novel, was "the most beautiful, all-embracing theme… greater, more human than that of Hamlet, Don Quixote, Dante, Faust".
The better the testing, the less all-embracing the social distancing needs to be, because infected people are routinely removed from the population—in theory it could replace distancing altogether.
Poverty and deprivation have worsened dramatically since the US introduced all-embracing sanctions on Syria on 17 June under the Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act, which Donald Trump signed into law late last year.
By November 10th there was even a prospect of Mr Berlusconi's party splitting on the issue—a bitter blow for the outgoing prime minister, who sees the creation of an all-embracing right-wing party as his greatest political achievement.
It is easy to imagine the system taking a truly dystopian turn if its reach were to become more all-embracing, with access to everything in society made conditional on a history that extends beyond creditworthiness through social-media activity into political reliability.
Just like dao in its original function of the fundamental, all-embracing essence of all beings, and just like our recognition of this original path, language itself is also absolute in the sense of the unity of all relative contradictions of which it is composed (Zhuangzi CTP: Qiwu lun, 12).
Despite all the internal ruptures and inconsistencies, Augustine's doctrine of sign is based on a definition of the sign that, for the first time, intends to embrace both the natural indexical sign and the conventional linguistic sign as species of an all-embracing generic notion of sign, thus marking a turning point in the history of semiotics.
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Despite all the internal ruptures and inconsistencies Augustine's doctrine of sign is based on a definition of the sign that for the first time intends to embrace both the natural indexical sign and the conventional linguistic sign as species of an all-embracing generic notion of sign thus marking a turning point in the history of semiotics