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slang term for a woman

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having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other

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not detailed or specific

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lacking subtlety

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being at a peak or culminating point

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very large in expanse or scope

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(of speech) heavily and noticeably regional

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showing or characterized by broad-mindedness

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Broader was appointed as chief merchandising officer of Walmart Canada in December 2010 and was promoted to president and CEO in September the following year.
The demand: Researchers and their tax-supported underwriters must take a comprehensive look at the broader implications of their science in making decisions about what research to support.
The decision is part of a broader gang-suppression strategy that includes training 5,000 officers in anti-gang tactics, establishing a gang homicide unit in South L.
And in a broader sense, many Episcopalians view the whole conflict as another incident in Anglicanism's complex history as a via media (or middle way) between the Catholic Church and evangelical Protestant denominations.
While you can still purchase that limited form of insurance if you choose, the typical private company D & O insurance policy offers broader protection in two principal respects.
If we want to lower rates in this country, the first step would be to take a broader conceptualization of maternal morbidity and mortality and include deaths attributable to mental health conditions and violence.
By separating storage from tightly integrated computing systems, went the thinking, it would be possible to scale each attribute independently, and to enjoy a broader range of solutions as multiple developers attacked storage from new vantage points, introducing both innovation and economic efficiencies.
The path of reform in the Broader Middle East will be difficult and uneven.
She's enthusiastic about expanding her area of knowledge and thinking about piano in a broader historical context as she prepares for the MTNA Certification exam.
A number of leading organizations in the financial services and communications industries that are dependent upon digital technology for their critical missions have adopted this broader perspective based on two key factors.
By providing key references for the broader history of science and of Canada, he enables those interested to place the contribution of geoscience into a broader context.
Even if you aren't blocked, this book is an excellent resource to help you get the most out of life, to work to your best, and to create a broader vision to encompass your creativity.
Significantly, a construction project of this scale will help build a broader base of minority and women-owned business in New York City and will serve as a model for future MWBE programs in New York and across the nation.
7) than social justice, and it is certainly in this vein that Reichert's book is written, these guidelines make no sense unless they are understood from a moral perspective and within a broader understanding of notions of social justice.
Now the hour-long program, produced by Tribune Entertainment, will be reaching out to a broader audience as the company expands its traditional definition of agriculture.