He added, “This is the whole of the Torah, and the rest is commentary; go learn it.”
On Election Night in 2006, Rahm brought his whole family to DCCC headquarters in Washington.
Capital Cities, "Kangaroo Court" This song has been around for a few weeks, but this video takes it to a whole new level.
The idea is that the whole truth will vindicate the Bush White House.
There is a whole list of books not allowed in New York State prisons.
More than you killed and wounded, remember, in the whole Civil War.
The whole rested on a golden image of Atlas, bending beneath the weight.
As to the banker's part in the transaction, the whole question is one of commission.
During the whole of the ensuing day, Paralus continued in a deep sleep.
Scotty 61 made the rounds to-day––talked to the whole bunch.
Old English hal "entire, unhurt, healthy," from Proto-Germanic *khailaz "undamaged" (cf. Old Saxon hel, Old Norse heill, Old Frisian hal, Middle Dutch hiel, Dutch heel, Old High German, German heil "salvation, welfare"), from PIE *koilas (cf. Old Church Slavonic celu "whole, complete;" see health). The spelling with wh- developed early 15c. The sense in whole number is from early 14c. For phrase whole hog, see hog.
"entire body or company; the full amount," late 14c., from whole (adj.).
Not wounded, injured, or impaired; sound or unhurt.
Having been restored; healed.