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Fullest extent: Largest degree.
To get the most out of something: To get the best usage of something.
To get a picture: To understand a situation.
Within limits: Up to a certain point; with certain restrictions.
To name just a few: To provide only a few examples.
To trace back: To derive or originate from someone, something, or some place.
Once and for all: Now and for the last time.
To pick out: To choose one thing or person from a group.
Chain of events: Number of events.
To be cluttered up: To mess something up.
To lead one astray:To negatively influence one, To lead one in the wrong direction.
To be concerned with: To be about.
In a sense: In one way, from one point of view.
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