In 86% of cases "in whole" is used
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Thanks in whole to an angler called Seamus Enright I think I've gone and stumbled upon another slice of bass heaven based around the Tralee area of Kerry.
In 4% of cases "of whole" is used
So yes, you do need to consume fat, but the amount you need is so small, that it could be provided from a diet of whole, natural foods, even if you added no fat to your diet at all.
That is, one can not take the environment apart into elements, but must see the environment as a field of wholes, each supporting and amplifying one another in an interlocking totality.
In 3% of cases "to whole" is used
People here can subscribe to whole lots of apps and get benefits- of all the applications free of cost.
Accomplishing this will require almost no time to whole and unfortunately your customers will most likely be astounded having the way helpful the fresh the initial one is.
In 1% of cases "at whole" is used
I must confess I do have a problem with humanity at whole quite often.
In 1% of cases "worth whole" is used
Even swallow worth whole, if you like.