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  • The music for the entire film was produced in two weeks.
  • This move brought state-run national radio and television coverage to the entire country.
  • Spring training passed, as did the entire regular season and the World Series.
  • There has always been religious freedom throughout the entire country.
  • In fact, a single change can change the entire structure.
  • The entire edition of the book was sold out quickly.
  • It was not unusual for a single baseball to last an entire game.
  • He saw action through the entire pre-season schedule for each team prior to being released.
  • These areas cover different parts of the entire network architecture.
  • Parliament may also pass votes of no confidence in the entire government or individual members.
  • Even full-time orchestra jobs do not usually last for the entire year.
  • The entire process occurs over a period of several days.
  • Each version includes lines, and even entire scenes, missing from the others.
  • Broadway once was a two-way street for its entire length.
  • After six days fighting, they occupied the entire country.
  • Radio remains the most important source of information for the public, and the only one to reach the entire country.
  • The injury ruled him out of the entire pre-season tour.
  • The popularity of the work continued through the entire classical period.
  • However, the entire run may occasionally be referred to as a "show".
  • Some disk operating systems were the operating system for the entire computer system.
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