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ex·pan·sive·ness

(ek-span'siv-nes),
A state of optimism, loquacity, and reactivity.
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I wouldn't want to compare her against her own wishes, but to me she reminded me of Tracy Ullman, she has this multi talent for different characters and different voices, amazing sort of expansiveness and confidence and she commands that show.
Mallarme's poems are microcosmic by comparison with Proust's macrocosmic novel, private worlds protected by ambiguity and compression unlike Proust's novelistic expansiveness and explicitness; paradoxically his poems seek, in their "memories of horizons," (17) a personal immortality through the construction of a poetically depersonalized work of art.
As superficial as these two changes may sound the truth is that each brought with it an entirely new inner expansiveness and self confidence that I admit I still don't entirely understand.
That opinion is notable for both the expansiveness of its claims and the utter lack of relevant citations from statutes and previous judicial decisions.
We should not be pushing for a kind of narrowness, we should be pushing for more expansiveness.
The result was a sense of intimacy that will appeal to those who tend to prefer detail to expansiveness.
And, perhaps more important, the increasing expansiveness of the copyright law has led to a shift in the theory behind the law.
I just remenber being flabbergasted at the expansiveness of it," recalls Lore.
Denver proper registered far more expansiveness than its 'burbs: 33% of city employers surveyed plan to hire in 1Q2000, while a mere 7% of suburban hirers plan to expand during the first quarter.
The strategic branding process taught us several lessons: Leadership support is vital; continual communication to your staff about the expansiveness of the process is key; and, while you may consider using an outside consultant, it's important to listen to your members and allocate appropriate resources to perform a thorough assessment.
That's fortunate for Sunstein's profession: Law reviews and law books alike find the expansiveness of judges' writings great grist for their mills.
This wall around IT is bolstered by language barriers and an expansiveness that frightens off well-intentioned managers.