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1‘a comprehensive review of UK defence policy’
inclusive, all-inclusive, complete
thorough, full, extensive, all-embracing, overarching, umbrella, exhaustive, in-depth, encyclopedic, universal, Catholic, eclectic
far-reaching, radical, sweeping, across the board, blanket, wholesale
broad, wide, wide-ranging, broad-ranging
widespread, nationwide, countrywide, coast-to-coast
cross-disciplinary, interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary
partial, selective, limited
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