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extensive

(ĕk-sten′siv) [L. extendere, to stretch out]
Widespread. In cancer, widely metastatic.
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The Negative Reaction to Home Culture theme consisted of 13 subthemes and was the highest in frequency and extensiveness.
Finally, in the background analysis, the authors rated the evaluation forms on the perceived extensiveness of the supplier evaluation process, on a scale ranging from 1 = superficial to 5 = very extensive.
The extensiveness of Wooden's involvement with the Stars will depend on his health and other business ventures.
69) Although some communities in certain areas compelled schooling through age fourteen, in most of England during the nineteenth century the employability of children turned on factors ranging from the extensiveness of factory work (associated with cities) to the degree and kind of agricultural production conducted in more agrarian provinces.
Those with rural training experiences (self-designated) as students reported the following information about the single-block rotation ("full-time experience for one or more weeks") they considered the "most significant": (1) its duration, (2) the size of the primary community where their preceptor(s) practiced, (3) the extensiveness of their patient contact during the rotation, (4) the extensiveness of their involvement in the community ("e.
Learn about the extensiveness of the state's Medicaid program, vocational rehab programs, and the proximity of required physicians and other caregivers.
It has much extensiveness in Europe and has high consumption in Germany especially.
Although evaluations of networked information services need to consider extensiveness and efficiency criteria, much more attention needs to be given to effectiveness and impact measures.
The extensiveness and scale of GENBAND's UC offerings on day one, combined with its device agnostic platform, will be a viable option for large enterprises.
By strengthening the dissemination and experience of Chinese liquor culture, we can make foreign consumers feel and understand the extensiveness and profoundness of Chinese culture, then letting them fuse Chinese white spirit consumption into their lives.
Private, profitable and based on the philosophy of over servicing clients, OBS offers financial institutions the extensiveness of a large-scale technology provider, but the tenacity of an agile, service-driven organization.
Edwards said, "After our first CRA exam using RATA's system, the examiner was blown away by the extensiveness and professionalism of reporting we were able to provide.

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