end-to-end

adjective with the end of one object in contact lengthwise with the end of another object
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The bigger the country, the farther this will be. For the British, who fortunately live on what an estate agent would call a 'cosy' island, this is the feat of travelling from Land's End in Cornwall to John O'Groats near the northern tip of Scotland. A because-it's-there endeavour particularly attractive to charity riders, record-breakers, and the ...
Found on http://www.bikereader.com/contributors/SAM/glossary.html

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The bigger the country, the farther this will be. For the British, who fortunately live on what an estate agent would call a 'cosy' island, this is the feat of travelling from Land's End in Cornwall to John O'Groats near the northern tip of Scotland. A because-it's-there endeavour particularly attractive to charity riders, record-breakers, and the ...
Found on http://www.bikereader.com/contributors/SAM/glossary.html
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