"The full nine yards" or "The whole nine yards" means all the way. "The full nine yards" or "The whole nine yards" means all the way.
The director of The Whole Nine Yards was Jonathan Lynn.
The Whole Nine Yards was released on 02/18/2000.
The Production Budget for The Whole Nine Yards was $24,000,000.
The duration of The Whole Nine Yards - film - is 1.63 hours.
The Whole Nine Yards grossed $85,527,867 worldwide.
The Whole Nine Yards grossed $57,262,492 in the domestic market.
The Whole Nine Yards - film - was created on 2000-02-18.
The origin of the phrase "the whole nine yards" is still unknown. It is has been described as "the most prominent etymological riddle of our time."
concrete is measured by the yard, and a concrete truck filled to the top of spout will hold nine yards, so a full truck of concrete is the whole nine yards.
The whole nine yards means "the complete list" or "the full amount".Ammo referenceThe whole nine yards refers to the fact that warplanes used to carry 27 feet of ammunition as a basic load. It is a pilot term "I gave him the whole 9 yards" referring to the fact that they unloaded everything they had on a target. It is also a movie about a hitman with Bruce Willis in it. Concrete referenceMost cement trucks -- properly called concrete trucks -- contain nine yards -- actually cubic yards -- of concrete. If you delivered the "whole nine yards," you delivered the entire load. So, the term is synonymous with "everything
The whole nine yards, I've read, refers to world war one. When there was a massive charge inter-trench, it was so bad they used the "whole nine yards" which was how long the belt was for the machine gun, i'd figure the browning? not sure on make. looking for references now..... http://www.phrases.org.UK/meanings/the-whole-nine-yards.HTML http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_whole_nine_yards places it in ww2, and references that the belt was 27 feet long.
The Whole Nine Yards was a comedy movie released in 2000 starring Bruce Willis as the lead role. It also starred Matthew Perry and Rosanna Arquette in the movie.
A stitch in time saves nine. Cats have nine lives. The whole nine yards.
Highway to Heaven - 1984 The Whole Nine Yards 4-24 was released on: USA: 27 April 1988
Deforestation, fires, floods, droughts, the whole nine yards.
She was in it, yes. She played Oz's receptionist.
The Whole Nine Yards
yes classic white dress the whole nine yards x
I'm trying to see a way for it to be "the whole nine yards," but it isn't working. I understand that it looks like this: YARDS YARDS YARDS YARDS YARDS YARDS YARDS YARDS YARDS
A whole lot of detailed information on a certain situation.