Came across this verse:
23. "Here, I see no ground on which any recluse or brahman or god or Mara or Brahma or anyone at all in the world could, in accordance with the Dhamma, accuse me thus: 'While you claim full enlightenment, you are not fully enlightened in regard to certain things.'  And seeing no ground for that, I abide in safety, fearlessness and intrepidity.http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka ... .ntbb.html
Since the Buddha was refuting the accusation that he was not fully enlightened in regard to certain things, it would seemed that he was indirectly claiming that he was enlightened in regard to all things.
If so what then is the meaning of "enlightened in regard to all things". If not, how should the verse be interpreted?