COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
a full/whole week (=every day in a week)
▪ I can't believe we've been here a whole week already.
a whole number (=a number that is not a fraction)
a whole range (=a wide range)
▪ He also supports a whole range of other charities.
a whole series of
▪ There’s been a whole series of accidents on this road.
all afternoon/the whole afternoon
▪ You left the lights on all afternoon.
forget the whole thing
▪ If we can’t get any funding we might as well forget the whole thing.
full/entire/whole panoply of sth (=the whole range of something)
sb’s whole attitude
▪ His whole attitude seemed different.
sb’s whole body
▪ Her whole body froze with fear.
▪ Most snakes swallow their prey whole.
that’s the (whole) point
▪ That’s the point. She didn’t tell us what was going on.
the core/roots/whole of sb’s being
▪ The whole of her being had been taken over by a desire to return to her homeland.
the full/whole story
▪ I did not know the full story.
the total/whole/entire population
▪ The entire population will be celebrating.
the whole community
▪ The committee meets to discuss issues that affect the whole community.
the whole concept of sth
▪ Some people reject the whole concept of evolution.
the whole family
▪ We invited the whole family round.
the whole incident
▪ The whole incident was caught on CCTV.
the whole lot
▪ I can’t believe you ate the whole lot.
the whole neighbourhood
▪ Be quiet! You’ll wake up the whole neighbourhood!
the whole notion of sth (=used to emphasize that you are talking about a lot of related ideas, not just one specific idea)
▪ The movie makes us question the whole notion of what makes a hero.
the whole purpose (=used for emphasis)
▪ The whole purpose of running a business is to make money.
The whole room
▪ The whole room started singing ‘Happy Birthday’.
the whole/entire world
▪ Today the whole world is threatened with pollution.
the whole/full truth
▪ Investors should have been told the whole truth.
the whole/full/entire length of sth
▪ The camera looks down the full length of the street.
▪ College life opened up a whole gamut of new experiences.
whole milk (also full-fat milk British English) (= milk that has not had any fat taken out)
▪ The ice cream is made from whole milk.
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
▪ Just a few weeks ago he had been saying the whole affair would fizzle out and Banfield would sink back into anonymity once more.
▪ Undoubtedly to the disappointment of the leakers, Inman came through the whole affair like a breath of fresh air.
▪ Calls from every side for a full judicial inquiry into the whole affair grew louder.
▪ Part of his strength was in never losing consciousness for the whole affair, his good eye seeming never to close.
▪ Haden sounded just a little off-key about the whole affair.
▪ The whole affair had nothing to do with us.
▪ That was the most puzzling aspect of the whole affair, Alexei thought.
▪ In fact, he was so delighted with the whole affair that he relented and let Barnabas into the study after dinner.
▪ The whole area was immediately placed under curfew and restrictions were not relaxed until Dec. 15.
▪ In other words, at this point the whole area is nascent with tremendous potential.
▪ The whole area was completely deserted.
▪ That whole area there, we got it covered solid.
▪ Its sluices could be used to flood the whole area if it became infested with invading forces.
▪ It kept the whole area from becoming a lake when the tide came in.
▪ The only traffic in the whole area consisted of chugging yellow Navy tugboats which emitted heavy black smoke from their tall stacks.
▪ Her whole body does have the capacity for arousal-but bringing it all to the boil relies on your skill level.
▪ Our emotions swim in a soup of hormones and peptides that percolate through our whole body.
▪ Rises in whole body turnover rates have also been seen in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
▪ You had to move to show your whole body.
▪ Cleanse your whole body Advocates believe that crystals can even play a big part in your daily beauty routine.
▪ His face, his whole body looks tight.
▪ It is the heart and lungs that help to determine the fitness of the whole body.
▪ Was this how women cried, their whole bodies trembling?
▪ Behind him on the wall there's this whole bunch of oils.
▪ There was a whole bunch of yelling on the radios.
▪ He gave me a whole bunch of flowers for nothing.
▪ Hank Greenwald said farewell to the Giants Sunday, and a whole bunch of people had that look.
▪ Since the word got out on Prehistoric I've seen a whole bunch of scripts.
▪ But he was so strong he might have taken the whole bunch of us.
▪ The whole bunch were looking more and more like liabilities.
▪ They know that a whole bunch of famous models would rather go naked than wear fur.
▪ He sounded as if he was thoroughly disgusted by the whole business and she felt a pang of dismay.
▪ I was completely new to the whole business.
▪ The kitten lived to be nine, so came out of the whole business best, I suppose.
▪ That would certainly turn the tables, Blue thinks, that would certainly stand the whole business on its head.
▪ There are seven priests, with seven trumpets, and the whole business takes exactly seven days.
▪ But by this time, with six months left on his contract, Taylor was soured on the whole business.
▪ It's the end of the whole business.
▪ I was so focused on setting the business up, I forgot I was a key to the whole business.
▪ Occasionally the whole class dissolves into hysterics for about five minutes and then refuses to tell me what I have said.
▪ After the groups have had time to consider these questions, ask them to share their thoughts with the whole class.
▪ This acting can range from pairs of students re-enacting a dialogue through to a simulation involving the whole class.
▪ Then discuss them with the whole class.
▪ A whole class of cars were created for this concept.
▪ When they were rowdy and rude, I kept whole classes for detention.
▪ Playback to the whole class may be unavoidable because of time and space restrictions.
▪ After the students write their stories, they may want to share them in pairs or with the whole class.
▪ Special communes, whole community come together to press the grape and gather the precious juice.
▪ But where the lava erupted, whole communities have been vaporized.
▪ The whole community has been living in fear for far too long, menaced equally by both sets of paramilitaries.
▪ The system of interest is usually a living system, say an organism, a population, or even a whole community.
▪ Coun Jones said the team had done a good job for the whole community.
▪ A missing species which once reintroduced, would reorder the whole community of ecology of plants.
▪ This is a high enough level of protection to control the diseases and prevent epidemics devastating whole communities.
▪ It may never harbor a lot of fish life, but it threads through and sustains a whole community.
▪ It was a programme the whole country could welcome.
▪ Now the whole country is run by a myopic bourgeoisie with a mentality that does not care for the people.
▪ In much of the world not just the poor but whole countries are getting poorer.
▪ We need an event that will excite and shock the exile community, the whole country.
▪ Half a century ago, the whole country was alive with rumours of invasion.
▪ Highway One, the most important road in the whole country, did not even have its own bridges.
▪ The whole country would like to know at what level of income they intend to increase the higher rate of tax.
▪ Their story is how they are struggling to right themselves, to reconstruct a whole country from within.
▪ I was literally in shock for a whole day.
▪ He had gone the whole day feeling first up and then down.
▪ That whole day was just a wreck.
▪ She remained a whole day and night in that stifling environment, yet remained unharmed.
▪ Many guests spend the whole day here, relaxing by the pool or sitting in the shade.
▪ It takes me a whole day to read it.
▪ After a whole day there was just a thin layer of muddy slush.
▪ Algae and man lasted a whole day.
▪ It has a special family unit where whole families can be admitted.
▪ Now, the whole family has reached high levels of achievement in the Amway business.
▪ Sunday roasts are her speciality, with the whole family sitting around an old pine table.
▪ And as far as a forty-five-or fifty-minute session once or twice a week-the whole family is falling apart.
▪ The price-conscious monarch could have bought presents for the whole family - and still had change from £50.
▪ The Weaversso the whole family could sing together in the car.
▪ Many providers supply five or more addresses-enough for the whole family.
▪ The whole family came alive with the new arrangements.
▪ The whole group of ribs is made into an inverted concave cone.
▪ This may lead to the whole group moving, tugged along by a complex web of bonds.
▪ She had a picture of a Southern lynch mob, a whole group of white men and women.
▪ A whole group of connotations, arising from our knowledge of the drug culture, then settles on the music.
▪ So how, in whole group drama, do we build commitment to the work and engagement in the issues?
▪ At the final session the whole group met together to pray and reflect on the week.
▪ Afterwards the whole group stayed on for a few extra days.
▪ Next morning after breakfast the whole group went out for the day.
▪ A playground and playhouse keep the tots happy while the teenagers have a ball with a whole host of absorbing activities.
▪ They can manufacture a whole host of body parts, from neurons to muscles to blood cells.
▪ Radio 3 has a whole host of problems, not the least being its actual survival.
▪ Somehow the interplay of a whole host of factors can add up to push the stable crust out of balance.
▪ Cortisone was hailed as a wonder drug for a whole host of skin problems and inflammatory disorders.
▪ A whole host of activities are arranged by the Club 16 leader.
▪ Without this the purchaser may be sidetracked into calculations on a whole host of other matters which are not strictly relevant.
▪ A whole host of share questions can already be answered in your Guinness Share Opportunity folder and scheme documentation.
▪ Nowadays you can carpet your whole house and pay nothing for six months.
▪ The whole house fell on top of her, and that was the end of sweet old Peg.
▪ I am sure that the whole House deplores such incidents.
▪ More competition will lead to better service, and the whole House knows it.
▪ But some one has to do it, or the whole house would crumble around us.
▪ Some will want to make available their whole houses and move into bed-and-breakfast themselves.
▪ The whole house reeks of smoke and is covered in soot.
▪ But after a few months, I felt completely bored with the whole idea.
▪ The attempt to make such distinctions clear was a strong motive behind the whole idea of formalism.
▪ Slowly we began to take the whole idea of the band more seriously.
▪ The whole idea is too perverse.
▪ In Repertory Grid the notion of similarity and contrast, indeed the whole idea of making connections, is paramount.
▪ The whole idea is that Morrissey never knows a thing.
▪ And the whole idea of remarriage and disowning Nigel was the sort of novelette situation that would appeal to Jacqui.
▪ The more grandiose their mad ark visions got, the more interested in the whole idea they all became.
▪ I felt then as if my whole life had collapsed.
▪ I thought my career, my friendships and my whole life was ruined.
▪ Prayer is therefore another dimension of our whole lives.
▪ The first concrete experience of the church that many people have in their whole lives is at a funeral.
▪ Her whole life had been locked to geometries.
▪ Puritanism, the household, and property dominate the diary, as perhaps her whole life.
▪ Katie smeared a whole lot of make-up on too, but she just looked silly, like a little kid with face paints.
▪ Virgil said for one thing he looked a whole lot older than he really was.
▪ And lo, there was a whole lot of shaking going on. 11.
▪ All parties suffered, yet it was difficult to generate a whole lot of pity for any of them.
▪ Now, doesn't that sound a whole lot more exciting than the next Prodigy video?
▪ It was a whole lot better than the old pineapple.
▪ Do you read the whole lot, or read the first one and the last one and guess the rest?
▪ Stessel, however, had been expecting a whole lot less.
▪ Although many range from shocking pink to cerise, the blue pulse gives the whole place a purple glow.
▪ The whole place shrieked: Make Do.
▪ It was as if the whole place were deserted and derelict.
▪ In no time at all the whole place was dark except for the overhead light in the foyer.
▪ Not only did we double-glaze and fitted-Tintawn the whole place from top to bottom but I got my Dream Kitchen!
▪ A whole place of just Disney characters and rides!
▪ The whole place reverberated with noise, feet pounding up and down stairs, children yelling, women shouting, doors banging.
▪ Funny thing is the whole place seems to run better her way, so I let her get on with it.
▪ The whole point is adventure and calculated risk taking.
▪ Well, that was the whole point.
▪ The whole point of quantum mechanics is that it has a different view of reality.
▪ His real name is Markham-or, as Blue sounds it out to himself, mark him-and that is the whole point.
▪ The whole point of radio communications is the very versatility and freedom associated with its use.
▪ That, remember, is the whole point of female choosiness at leks.
▪ Since the whole point of belief is to be true, logical inconsistency in belief defeats the aim of belief.
▪ I mean, that was, in a way, the whole point.
▪ And then the whole process had to begin again.
▪ Writing things down also shows that you take the whole process seriously, which is an important part of breaking free.
▪ This brings us back to the recovery phase and the whole process starts over again.
▪ It is an essential feature of the whole process of inner development, as already intimated.
▪ The whole process is called conveyancing.
▪ The produce business is not like peanut butter where it takes time for the whole process to catch up with the product.
▪ Most of the Lourdes visitors journey in faith and it is the whole process that becomes a blessing to them.
▪ Some drives come with software that simplifies the whole process.
▪ So the simplest explanation is the one that can include the whole range of complex elements within one integral and harmonious scheme.
▪ Bristol, too, took in a whole range of seaborne food supplies.
▪ During the last 13 years we have cut, simplified or abolished a whole range of direct taxes.
▪ Knitters can choose from a whole range of techniques and their selection will be put on to a video, exclusive to them.
▪ A whole range of other reptiles were present in the Jurassic and Cretaceous; none of them are dinosaurs.
▪ Schools have to attempt to satisfy the conflicting demands of a whole range of individuals and groups.
▪ A whole range of intercessory objects was also outlawed, as were prayers to the saints, pilgrimages, and requiem masses.
▪ One 250-watt bulb is capable of giving enough background light for a whole room.
▪ The whole room felt soggy by the time we left.
▪ The quivering net of light from the river seemed now to have set the whole room trembling.
▪ She stared at the package and then at him and the whole room grew quiet.
▪ At one point it looked like we'd have to restore the whole room.
▪ Then she torched the whole room, even though the captain was still half-alive.
▪ That old villain Lord Elgin would have had it away on his toes with the whole room.
▪ We felt the whole room sag and sway.
▪ Just as the teacher was getting into her stride, the whole school was plunged into darkness.
▪ And if one thing happened, the whole school would be involved.
▪ In addition, the clarification of such issues could well provide the initial stimulus for a whole school language policy.
▪ In January 1981, the whole school embarked on work connected with a single language-based topic.
▪ There is a rolling programme of whole school inspections and detailed subject department inspections.
▪ His Technique became fundamental to the whole school curriculum.
▪ The whole school seemed to have been designed with the sole purpose of freezing all the pupils to death.
▪ The Act required the whole school to meet for the daily act of collective worship unless the school premises made this impracticable.
▪ These developments face the churches and theology with a whole series of difficult and delicate questions.
▪ Coexisting with them was a whole series of private networks comprising computers hard-wired to one another, sometimes spanning the country.
▪ A whole series of male clubs sprang up which emphasised the elements of male bonding.
▪ By the end of his Government Baldwin was anxious to make a whole series of Cabinet changes.
▪ A whole series of measures followed promoting the position of radicals - and the Communists - at the expense of the moderates.
▪ A regular newsletter keeps people in touch and a whole series of social events are undertaken.
▪ At the same time, the schools developed a whole series of vocational courses.
▪ This morning l drew a whole series of quick sketches of bowls of fruit.
▪ But personal characteristics are certainly not the whole story.
▪ I tell the whole story quickly.
▪ Baptismal, confirmation, membership and communicant figures do not tell the whole story.
▪ But numbers, especially in television, rarely tell the whole story.
▪ But that is not the whole story.
▪ Psychoanalysis does not, however, tell the whole story.
▪ The whole story sounded very odd.
▪ But as time goes on you begin to realise this is not the whole story.
▪ In fact, we probably take the whole system of communication by telephone very much for granted.
▪ The atmosphere communicates the state of the whole system.
▪ Emergence of difference is often experienced as a shock to the whole system, a sudden puncturing of the illusion of sameness.
▪ And that reinforces the whole system.
▪ Moreover, the leading multinationals have been able to gain critical efficiencies in financing the whole system.
▪ What stands in our way is a whole system designed to serve the job.
▪ Thus the teacher users will be teaching the whole system - program plus published documents.
▪ The whole system requires enormous amounts of energy.
▪ That he himself happened to be a congenital cad only made the whole thing more difficult, not easier.
▪ The whole thing could be played between June 15 and the end of August....
▪ And at the same moment she had the shattering thought that perhaps she had imagined the whole thing.
▪ But she was happy the whole thing was over.
▪ Not only could be, but would be, and the whole thing would blow up in my face.
▪ The whole thing has occurred without a sound....
▪ The whole thing seethed, illusion and allusion swinging from branch to branch like gibbons in the treetops.
▪ Horgan thinks he has the whole thing figured out.
▪ You get so you think like one the whole time.
▪ I never thought about it the whole time.
▪ She was berating me the whole time.
▪ The bands can be as deep as you like and the whole time you are creating a unique structure.
▪ I watched you on the bench, and you were pissed the whole time.
▪ The whole time I was carrying it, I wasn't worried about the birth.
▪ He said the trick was to close your eyes the whole time and just keep thinking it was Sandra Dee.
▪ I have to quiz him about everything and even then he won't tell the whole truth.
▪ To connect behavior to performance, the leaders had to learn how to tell the whole truth.
▪ Telling the whole truth about the Ayr salmon, rather than letting me off the hook, only improved the tale.
▪ Other times, telling the whole truth required honesty about painful realities.
▪ All true, but not the whole truth.
▪ That happens to be the whole truth.
▪ If you choose me then you have to tell me the whole truth - who your accomplice is.
▪ In ethics cases, it means the truth is never the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
▪ Once they talked of it in the village shop, the whole village would know by nightfall.
▪ This whole village has gone to pots.
▪ Soon the whole village will know this.
▪ You stank the whole village out.
▪ The whole village was turned inward.
▪ These two greenfield sites were each equal in size to the whole village of 1967.
▪ By five the whole village was moving.
▪ Dressing hurriedly, he dashed outside to find that, in just a few hours, the whole world had been transformed.
▪ Does a person who exhibits his display to the whole world display to another person?
▪ We arrive at night in some places like Minnesota, wake up in morning and suddenly whole world is white.
▪ In the 50s a tennis player lit up with warmth the whole world.
▪ The whole world outside was shut out, and the invisible afternoon was going on without us.
▪ It happens once every four years, features a marathon race and is watched by the whole world.
▪ The whole world is yours, in a way that it can never belong to me.
▪ At one time in his life, he didn't sleep in a bed for four whole years.
▪ That whole year, I never saw Mama drunk.
▪ In 1981 it had a total income of 171 million pounds for the whole year.
▪ He spent a whole year bumming from friends, crashing in strange places, selling weed with pals to make his bread.
▪ This charge will be for the whole year and will be based on their term-time address.
▪ So she had almost a whole year of the company of her peers and along with them learned to spell and count.
▪ The Times and Sunday Times closed down in dispute, for what turned out to be a whole year.
▪ You have more boxes this time than when you came for a whole year.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
a (whole) host of people/things
▪ I am extremely -; oh, a host of things, but not angry any more.
a whole new ball game
▪ I used to be a teacher, so working in an office is a whole new ball game.
▪ Although not my cup of tea, I must admit Manchester United is a whole new ball game.
▪ Read in studio Still to come on Central News, it's a whole new ball game.
▪ So obviously if he's hidden this one, he's playing a whole new ball game.
a whole nother ...
be sb's (whole) life
▪ Music is Laura's life.
▪ A life that isn't exactly life.
▪ His praying likewise was full of life and feeling.
▪ That, she said later, was how life baited the trap.
▪ The hard-edged Luce style was making Life a more serious product than its old-fashioned competitor.
▪ When this relationship is extended, life on land becomes equated not only with non-questing but with spiritual non-being.
▪ With the one the bird is risking its life, with the other only a meal.
go the whole hog
▪ We decided to go whole hog and stay at the Hilton.
▪ And when you've claimed that much land, why not go the whole hog and put a roof over it as well.
▪ Are they about kissing, petting or going the whole hog, as one might say?
▪ Brailsford was one of the few popular frontists prepared to go the whole hog and accept this.
▪ He reckoned now he was in, he might as well go the whole hog.
▪ Mortified by the twist in his sobriety, George decided to go the whole hog and join the Total Abstinence Society.
▪ Taking a deep breath we elected to go the whole hog and print 16 pages.
▪ The Siemens display goes the whole hog.
▪ You could hire taxis, or go the whole hog and hire a chauffeur-driven car for the day.
that's not the whole story
the (whole) works
▪ I'd like a hot dog with ketchup, onions...the works.
▪ And that you learn to groom Goosedown, and feed her, and take care of her tack, the whole works.
▪ Dozens of palm trees are being planted at key intersections, and plans are in the works to improve street lighting.
▪ He was an anglophile and an enthusiast of the works of Jeremy Bentham.
▪ I run into the bathroom and floss deodorize brush spray the works the usual.
▪ Of these about 40 lived in hutted accommodation adjacent to the works, whilst the remainder lived in lodgings in the surrounding villages.
▪ Since that time the shop at the works receiving another coat of paint and final decoration.
▪ The plan to merge Hemlo and Battle Mountain Gold has been in the works for two years.
▪ When we come to the works of man, cellulose is still in the leading place.
the whole (kit and) caboodle
▪ He bought the whole kit and caboodle: computer, printer, and modem.
▪ By this meager, solo loop, the whole caboodle is regulated.
▪ Of course it's Yours Truly that's got to dust the whole kit and caboodle!
▪ Then sell the whole caboodle to the nationals-including, if you choose, a fake story of attack.
the whole ball of wax
▪ Benton is in charge of marketing, personnel, sales - the whole ball of wax.
▪ There are two games left for the whole ball of wax.
▪ They are responsible for the whole ball of wax; every-thing.
the whole enchilada
▪ Wells should sell the whole enchilada to get the best price.
▪ Benefits, retirement, the whole enchilada.
the whole kit and caboodle
▪ Of course it's Yours Truly that's got to dust the whole kit and caboodle!
the whole shebang
▪ We'll have to take the table, chairs, dishes, silverware - the whole shebang.
▪ Naturally Spiritualized crank the whole shebang into life without a word.
the whole shooting match
▪ Why not rerun the whole shooting match in every state that was too close to call?
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ "I want the whole area searched!" said the chief of police.
▪ After spending years piecing together fragments, we now have the whole original manuscript.
▪ I didn't see her again for a whole year.
▪ I drank a whole bottle of wine by myself.
▪ It took a whole day to get the computers running again.
▪ Nora had spent her whole life trying to find happiness.
▪ She drank a whole bottle of wine.
▪ She spent the whole of the journey complaining about her boyfriend.
▪ She was so frightened, her whole body was shaking.
▪ The Romans conquered almost the whole of Western Europe.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ And why, if they are so pious, are there speculators who buy up whole blocks of houses with inflated currency?
▪ I have a whole magazine that exists for no other reason than to publicize me.
▪ If the boy was actually here at the house he must have spent the whole time with Lois and her little tour.
▪ In every community there are groups of people who help form your opinions about a whole range of things.
▪ Indeed the whole question of when a product becomes too expensive to be offered as a sample is very difficult.
▪ It seemed to be testing him the whole time.
▪ The name of this caput is usually the same as the whole estate and it is often recorded very early on.
▪ There must be a whole shelf of books claiming to tell you how to tap the right brain.II.noun
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
▪ This was proposed by the engineer to give better three-dimensional bonding of the various elements of the cellar into a coherent whole.
▪ It is a succession or flow of events to make a coherent whole.
▪ Mr Reuter struggles on without his support to weld a group of large, still separate companies into a coherent whole.
▪ Your dream can come true if your plan has these three key elements, fitting together in one coherent whole.
▪ We must assume, of course, that these different aspects of his gnomic philosophy are to be unified into some coherent whole.
▪ Together they form a coherent whole, a new model of government.
▪ The main job is to begin fitting everything together into a single, coherent whole.
▪ Subjects do not exist in isolation, but rather come together to form a coherent whole for the children.
▪ The damage to Ryan's brain has affected the whole of the left side of his body.
▪ This is an accusation which affects the whole of our enquiry.
▪ How the person is being affected as a whole is usually quite clear and obvious.
▪ But this is the first year it has affected the whole of Texas.
▪ Body, mind and spirit are interrelated; whatever affects one aspect will affect the whole.
▪ Some have gone much further and postulated a grid covering the whole of the Earth's surface.
▪ The temple now covers the whole of the basement area.
▪ Clearly, it is not feasible to have cameras covering the whole of the track.
▪ That is no reason not to provide an advertising campaign to cover the whole of the country.
▪ The appellation covers the whole of Burgundy.
▪ The journal Public Money and Management contains topical articles covering the whole of the public sector.
▪ Moreover, he had not covered the whole of the sky accessible to him.
▪ The lunar regolith is found covering the whole of the Moon's surface, aside from steep crater and valley walls.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ As a result the business class as a whole exhibits a high degree of integration and social cohesion ....
▪ For it is this, as the whole of physic teaches, which destroys our body more than any other cause.
▪ In fact, Dunrossness has long been considered to be the most fertile and agriculturally productive area in the whole of Shetland.
▪ In the whole of 1995, imports accounted for 58 % compared with 57 % in 1994.
▪ On the whole it seems difficult to believe they are very important.
▪ The accounts of the National Health Service as a whole offer a good example.
▪ Therefore the development of democracy in production is the most important trend in deepening and broadening socialist democracy as a whole.