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extensive

(ĕk-sten′siv) [L. extendere, to stretch out]
Widespread. In cancer, widely metastatic.
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While CCH offers the most extensive service in depth, Matthew Bender presently offers the most extensive service in breadth.
The RE/MAX Design Center offers an extensive line of more than 1,300 designs for postcard products integrated with commercial printing and mailing services, national ads, electronic greeting cards, CD presentations with labeling and packaging, and walking cards.
Based on extensive research in government records, manuscript collections, state archives, and private sources, the authors conclude that women who disguised themselves as men, fighting and dying during the Civil War, shared the same duties, hardships, and experiences as male soldiers.
The book is filled with helpful diagrams and illustrations to aid understanding and features extensive references.
Unisys Database Server solutions have grown out of the company's extensive experience focusing on and providing high-volume, business-critical, large OLTP-intensive database solutions handling complex transactions and maintaining uninterrupted availability in industries that typify such environments, such as those in the financial services, healthcare and public sectors.
She reported a lifelong history of hoarseness that worsened with extensive speaking.
The partial jaw, dated at between about 169,000 and 191,000 years old, contains extensive bone damage and loss.
McGrath comes to FEI from Advanstar Communications in Milford, Conn., where he was Group Show Director, He has extensive experience with conferences and trade shows, and has worked on both the corporate and association side.
Acknowledging that The Merry Wives of Windsor is "a comedy so loosely constructed that it must have undergone, more than most of the other plays produced at the time, constant changes, omissions or additions during its stage career," this newly revised edition of the play treats the 1623 Folio as its copy text, although the introduction also includes extensive discussion of the theatrical provenance of earlier published versions.
The literature on the so-called "Spanish Borderlands" is extensive, and the history of the region continues to attract a younger generation of researchers.
GASB, however, concluded after extensive due process that infrastructure reporting is vital to demonstrating accountability for all government assets and the cost of its services.
Senate President Bukola Saraki has finally called time on his time at the ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC), saying he decided to leave the party after 'extensive consultations.'

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