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Entire Graph

1903 | A Syllabus of Certain Topics of Logic | Peirce, 1903, p. 20; CP 4.414

All that is at any time scribed on the sheet of assertion is called the *entire scribed graph*.

1903 | A Syllabus of Certain Topics of Logic | Peirce, 1903, p. 16; CP 4.398

The graph which consists of all the graphs on the sheet of assertion, or which consists of all that are on any one area severed from the sheet, shall be termed the *entire* graph of the sheet of assertion or of that area, as the case may be.

1903 | Graphs, Little Account [R] | MS [R] S27:14

*Partial graphs* are graphs on the sheet of assertion that are not the only ones scribed on the sheet. The *entire graph* is all that is scribed on the sheet.