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  • 51all-or-nothing — /awl euhr nuth ing/, adj. not allowing for qualification or compromise; either fully or not at all operative: an all or nothing approach. [1755 65] * * * …

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  • 52All Or None - AON — A condition used on a buy or sell order to instruct the broker to fill the order completely or not at all. If there is insufficient supply to meet the quantity requested by the order then it is canceled at the close of the market. For example, if …

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  • 53all that — 1. noun That, and everything similar; all of that kind of thing; and so on, et cetera. He has been all among the worshippers of Fire in Persia and has seen Persepolis and all that. 2. adjective Of especially good quality; particularly excellent.… …

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  • 54not in the slightest — adverb not at all, not in any way Syn: not in the least …

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  • 55not by any means — adverb Not at all, not in the slightest Though unusual in the Dublin area he knew that it was not by any means unknown for desperadoes who had next to nothing to live on to be abroad waylaying and generally terrorising peaceable pedestrians by… …

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  • 56not in the least — adverb not at all, not in any way Syn: not in the slightest …

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  • 57Not half — 1. not really; not at all: His first poems were not half bad ; 2. certainly! indeed! …

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  • 58not half — Australian Slang 1. not really; not at all: His first poems were not half bad ; 2. certainly! indeed! …

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  • 59not hardly — adverb Not even hardly: not at all …

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  • 60All That Fall — is a one act radio play by Samuel Beckett produced following a request [It has been reported that Beckett wrote this play following a commission from the BBC. This is not correct. Hugh Kenner advises that Beckett had written only some of his… …

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