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(ĕk-sten′siv) [L. extendere, to stretch out]
Widespread. In cancer, widely metastatic.
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Rudasingwa worked with the UN Children`s Fund (Unicef) for almost 20 years, having served extensively in various senior management and leadership functions in Kenya, Mali, Guinea and Denmark, according to the announcement.
Providers encountering children who may be suffering illness related to exposure to products such as tire crumb should involve their environmental health colleagues and federal, state, and local resources extensively.
Turmeric is used extensively in cooking in India and other Asian countries.
0 M1 display better thermal and physical properties than a competitive reactor TPO (RTPO) used extensively in this application.
The role of ideology in social policy is one contextual factor which has been extensively debated but which still evokes simplistic interpretations.
Two "bibles" for people with MS have been extensively revised and updated, and are now available as Second Editions from Demos Publishing.
Names, images, and mascots that symbolize native Americans are used extensively in the United States, particularly in sports and advertising.
Based on the 'flow through' design used extensively in the USA, CPME is out to prove that this technology is more hygienic than the European pallets currently considered 'highly hygiene'.
The audit program should be developed or, at the very least, extensively reviewed and approved by the engagement partner based on the assessed audit risk.
Houlihan, involved in the commercial real estate since 1973, has worked extensively in all areas of sales, financing, ownership, renovation, leasing and management, mortgage servicing and the conversion of rental housing throughout the U.
Hemostatic agents are used extensively across a broad range of surgical procedures, but predominantly in spine, neuro, and vascular surgery.
Detectives have questioned both Shapiros extensively and said neither is a suspect, as did Mindy Shapiro's attorney, Steven Knowles.

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