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All one

see: all the same , def. 1.


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    all one’s switches Related Terms not have all one’s switches on

  • All-or-none law

    the principle that under given conditions the response of a nerve or muscle fiber to a stimulus at any strength above the threshold is the same: the muscle or nerve responds completely or not at all. all-or-none law n. The principle that the strength by which a nerve or muscle fiber responds to a stimulus […]

  • All-or-nothing

    not allowing for qualification or compromise; either fully or not at all operative: an all-or-nothing approach. Contemporary Examples American politics has also too frequently become an all-or-nothing proposition, making the USA the United States of Agita. Neither “Best Friend” Nor “Anti-Israel” Gil Troy October 16, 2012 Balance seems too subtle a concept for all-or-nothing absolutists. […]

  • All’ ottava

    a direction (8va), placed above or below the staff to indicate that the passage covered is to be played one octave higher or lower respectively.

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