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extensive

(ĕk-sten′siv) [L. extendere, to stretch out]
Widespread. In cancer, widely metastatic.
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Despite some differences across the programs, we found similar patterns of extensiveness of opportunities to enact practice across these programs.
Uncertainties about the practice that innovators experience, as well as the lack of technical fit, cause the contrast between the dimensions fidelity and extensiveness.
In addition, an inverse relationship was found among ADC values and extensiveness of involved areas.
Thus, as suggested in our first Research Question, there may be differences across cultures in the levels of organizational culture, QM Maturity, extensiveness and effectiveness of ERP adoption, and perceived ERP organizational benefits.
Part of this is also due to the extensiveness of the survey which not only spans the decades since the start of television broadcasting in the UK but also different media and different kinds of critics.
Given the extensiveness of derma e's product line, the VisioFace will be useful to help customers purchase products made just for them.
Nevertheless, the extensiveness of his references and scope of his discussion are somewhat limited with regard to the nuances of human, Rangifer, and wolf interaction.
The interaction of the environments on both sides of the structure and the desired level of maintainability dictate the extensiveness of the control system hardware, software, and actuators.
The main achievement was the team building the trip achieved and an understanding of the extensiveness of European Law and the diversity of its work throughout the world.
Here, "mobility" really means that bodies are tethered to their devices; Google Glass may artificially amplify sight, but it also represents a loss of peripheral vision; cloud computing, contrary to its name, wipes away drifts of earthly clouds in favor of the machinic hum of massive data farms; and for all the powerful extensiveness of the net--breaking geospatial boundaries, metabolizing information flows in the form of data analytics--what is really being intensified is the microscopic surveillance of individual subjects.
In view of the extensiveness of the patient's disease at presentation--a large primary tumor, a distant metastasis to the EAC, and suspicious lytic lesions in the maxilla--surgery was not an option, so the patient began chemotherapy.
Out of the latter, the need for bilateral VATS was felt in 2 patients to assess the extensiveness of underlying pneumothorax and to rule out the high suspicion of bilateral disease process based on the severity of presenting complaints.

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