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The Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks worked diligently with the public to develop a comprehensive deer management plan.

Additionally, without a comprehensive set of insights, it can be very hard for agencies to justify budget needs to their clients as well, and how to counteract the spends that other competitors are dedicating to certain segments.

For now, the closest thing we have to a comprehensive account of America’s botched response to the coronavirus is Lawrence Wright’s sweeping story in the New Yorker.

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Facebook has a comprehensive list of OG tags that you can use across your site but I find that these are the ones that you will want to focus on.

It formulated a comprehensive enterprise SEO strategy by listing over 2000 keywords and by doing complete local optimization.

What qualifies as vast enough, as comprehensive enough, as representative enough to faithfully render a city and its people?

The evolution of style is oft studied but rarely understood in any comprehensive manner.

Therefore, reforming this trade is part of a comprehensive strategy, including regional governance reforms, to help end the war.

A comprehensive rehabilitation approach takes into account all these factors.

And Obama would have long since signed comprehensive immigration reform into law.

The key to all our human disorder is organized education, comprehensive and universal.

But consider what it will be when the system is adopted on a more comprehensive scale.

His mind is characterized by the literalness, rather than the comprehensive grasp of great subjects.

But give me a comprehensive idea of the place, in your own inimitable unvarnished diction.

Those who attach a high value to original and comprehensive thought will scarcely consider him entitled to such an epithet.


On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comprehensive, such as: all-inclusive, broad, complete, encyclopedic, exhaustive, and extensive.

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