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plenary
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Don Quixote
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  • Sancho stayed behind with the stew. and invested with plenary delegated authority seated himself at the head of the table, and the landlord sat down with him, for he was no less fond of cow-heel and calves’ feet than Sancho was.

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as in: a plenary session of the council Define
a meeting at which all members are expected to attend
as in: plenary powers Define
full in all respects
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