Having relation to the whole or an entirety; pertaining to all without exception; a term more extensive than “general,” which latter may admit of exceptions. See Blair v. Howell, 6S Iowa, 619, 28 N. W. 199; Koen v. State, 35 Neb. 676, 53 N. W. 59.”., 17 L. R A. 821.

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