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Use "all-in" in a sentence
"Buffett bought railroad Burlington Northern Santa Fe last year for $26.5 billion in what he described as an "all-in wager" on the U.S. economy."
"Berkshire bought Burlington Northern in February 2010 in Buffett's largest acquisition, a deal he called an "all-in wager" on the U.S. economy."
"They called an all-in bet on software and services a risky decision for HP, considering that its services business has gone practically nowhere and its software business makes up just 2% of the company's sales."