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lock, stock, and barrel

including all or every ​part of something: We had to ​moveour things lock, ​stock, and ​barrel to the other ​side of the ​country.
(Definition of lock, stock, and barrel from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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lock, stock, and barrel

including everything: I'm ​selling my ​house, lock, ​stock, and ​barrel with all the ​furniture and ​appliances.
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