exhaustiveness

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  • No attempt at exhaustiveness in their treatment is made in this work. Cited from A Lie Never Justifiable, by H. Clay Trumbull
  • Perhaps its chief quality is best described as that of exhaustiveness. Cited from English Literature: Modern, by G. H. Mair
  • And though the whole truth is essential to science, such exhaustiveness is by no means a canon of art. Cited from The Soul of the Far East, by Percival Lowell
  • In common with his works generally, it is distinguished by exhaustiveness of treatment and research, critical ability, and general accuracy.
  • There was really something remarkable about the exhaustiveness of this "conversation at the shoemaker's." Cited from Diary of a Pilgrimage, by Jerome K. Jerome
  • Pattern exhaustiveness checking will make sure each case of the datatype has been accounted for, and will produce a warning if not.
  • Its double origin involves a double nature; for while the English spirit is towards discursiveness and variety, the new French movement is rather towards exhaustiveness. Cited from An Englishman Looks at the World, by H. G. Wells
  • The whole is closely knit and coherent, and the problems involved are treated with an exhaustiveness that is equally fair to both sides. Cited from Three Comedies, by Bjornstjerne M. Bjornson
  • Caesar thanked them both heartily for their many ideas, the exhaustiveness of their exposition, and their frankness. Cited from Dio's Rome, Vol. 4, by Cassius Dio
  • This book is intended to serve as an introduction to the systematic study of American poetry, and, therefore, does not pretend to exhaustiveness. Cited from Legends of the Middle Ages, by H.A. Guerber
  • This list ranks Gary, Indiana structures that stand at least tall to limit exhaustiveness and based on standard height measurement.
  • Although I make no claim to exhaustiveness of treatment in this work, I do claim to have attempted a treatment that is exceptionally comprehensive and thorough. Cited from A Lie Never Justifiable, by H. Clay Trumbull
  • This list ranks Fort Wayne, Indiana structures that stand at least tall to limit exhaustiveness and based on standard height measurement.
  • Yet the very clearness and exhaustiveness of this mechanical method, as applied to gross masses in motion, made it seem essentially inapplicable to anything else. Cited from The Life of Reason, by George Santayana
  • All have aimed at exhaustiveness, and imagined that if it could be attained, inductive reasoning would be rendered sound, and not impossible. Cited from Pragmatism, by D.L. Murray
  • Hugo sought neither historical accuracy nor exhaustiveness; rather, he concentrated on obscure figures, usually his own inventions, who incarnated and symbolized their eras.
  • Something in the exhaustiveness of her attempt fascinated Maury at first sight -- a woman with wide hips affecting a panther-like litheness! Cited from The Beautiful and Damned, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Thus they must go to and fro the whole day, carrying burdens heavy in proportion to their age, while the high temperature in which they have to do this increases very considerably the exhaustiveness of the work. Cited from The Condition of the Working-Class in England in 1844, Frederick Engels
  • Yet we must not expect this scope of speculation in us to go with adequacy or exhaustiveness: on the contrary, mathematics and religion, each in its way so sure, leave most of the truth out. Cited from Some Turns of Thought in Modern Philosophy, by George Santayana
  • We shall, with all our strength, support laws made to harmonize the interests of labor and capital, for labor alone gives life and value to capital, and also those laws which tend to lighten the exhaustiveness of toil. Cited from The Armies of Labor, Samuel P. Orth
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