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wmw, please indicate the source of your definitions, because neither Oxford nor Merriam-Webster define "end to end" in those ways.http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/...end to end
In a row with the end of one object touching that of another:bales were laid end to end for a delivery
If every Barbie doll ever manufactured were laid end to end, they would circle the earth three and a half times.
If all the glass, wine and beer bottles were laid end to end, they would stretch from Ireland to Sri Lanka.
Once he has reached that figure he will begin laying the coins end to end to try and form the longest line of pennies ever.http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/end...end–to–end
1 : characterized by having the end of one object placed against the end of another an end-to-end position
2 : effected by suturing one severed end (as of intestine) to the other
3 : end-and-end
[One has to subscribe to M-W's premium service to see that definition, or go to Google & search for "end-to-end" + Merriam-Webster & you will be able to pull it up.]
EDIT: Click on the first link listed here:https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=%22end-t...
So give us a link to your sources, please.
P.S. For everyone's benefit: http://www.beachsoccer.com/news/983
Switzerland began the first period just as they wanted, by scoring early. The Swiss scored three early goals that gave them a significant lead, but England answered with a goal late on the period to bring the Three Lions within two goals. The first leg was exciting end to end
as both teams figured how to defend the other team, although Switzerland was finally able to score again. The back and forth
period ended with a score of 4-1, Switzerland.