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full swing

noun
1.
full operation; greatest activity:
For the first time in years the factory was in full swing. The meeting was in full swing when we arrived.
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  • Despite a nasty recession, the personal computer revolution was in full swing.
  • But with tomato season in full swing, the tomato variety might fit the bill for this season.
  • After six months, a counterrevolution was in full swing in both offices.
  • The summer blockbuster season is in full swing, which means big movie releases each week.
  • So some would argue that that synthetic life or synthetic biology is a field that's already in full swing.
  • The town's cultural calendar is also in full swing during the summer season.
  • Global warming is in full swing and even rich people have to eat crummy food.
  • Chances are the behavior will stop shortly as nesting season gets into full swing.
  • Globalization was in full swing, and in ways that redounded distinctly to the good of this country.
  • Until the next phase of the port-and-pipeline project is in full swing, traditional fishing is everything here.
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