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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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OUR has been able to leverage NSF's broader impacts requirement to expand and enhance research opportunities for undergraduates.
Broader will enter her new role on June 1 and directly report to President and CEO of Walmart International, David Cheesewright, who said : "Shelley has been a strong leader since joining Walmart Canada and is the ideal person to leverage the tremendous potential the EMEA region holds for our company.
Along with this price leadership, Broader says the company this year is adding a record number of price rollbacks to help meet the needs of a customer who is especially value-focused at this time.
These were exhausting and exhilarating years of transition, and we couldn't have done it without the dedication and resiliency of our entire team," says Broader, typically deflecting personal credit.
In theory, it might be reasonable to think this problem could be addressed by teaching scientists and engineers how to assess the broader effects of their research.
But she probably does him little good by flaming his case as simply part of a broader drive within the church for equality and social justice.
Second, the insurance offers coverage for a broader array of claims against such insureds, most notably including employment practices-related claims.
She argues that "a broader conceptualization of health in future Canadian maternal and child health reports will enable us to further reduce our maternal death rate.
But the connection between disk drives and servers remained locked in the realm of the proprietary fibre channel approach--a relatively unsophisticated solution that fell short of delivering true networking benefits and failed to deliver a standards-based foundation that would invite broader innovation.
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.
The earliest geological observations of the part of the planet that has become Canada were made by explorers such as Martin Frobisher and Samuel Champlain as footnotes to their broader agendas of discover> Two centuries later, in the 1800s, the need to develop resources was imperative to the future of the Province of Canada, and interest in natural history was blossoming at a fabulous rate.
If you've read many self-help or motivational books, you'll probably recognise some of these, however, what make this book so powerful is the way in which Maisel puts it all into the broader context of creativity being at the heart of a positive and fulfilled life.
Known as "Side A" coverage, this type of D&O coverage used to be purchased on an excess basis, over a broader coverage that typically covered both the individuals and the company.