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Synonyms for extensive

large in spatial extent or range or scope or quantity


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We're watering extensively and, as we go, removing the last remnants of old foliage of spring bulbs, snowdrops, narcissi and scillas.
He has served extensively with the world organization in various senior management support functions and other roles in Liberia, Somalia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Timor Leste, Haiti, and Lebanon.
The explosion destroyed the front glass door and extensively damaged the building, but the cost was not yet estimated.
The 22 rooms in the building had been extensively converted to enable production in massive quantities.
During his gradual rise to fame as a noted historian of what he called "African world history," Clarke traveled extensively across the continent of Africa, gaining first-hand knowledge about its people, its culture, and its past and present status in the world.
Each entry is extensively annotated, greatly enhancing the value of the documents in understanding the experience of each subject as an aspect of Irish emigration.
It also extensively covers CSS techniques, current browsers (Opera, Safari, Firefox), creating pages for the mobile Web, and more.
Extensively researched, Strange Creatures is written expressly for advanced scholars of historical scientific thought, and is particularly recommended for university libraries.
Well-known concepts such as horizontal (lateral) gene transfer, the relationship between virulence and transmission, and pathogenicity islands are discussed extensively.
One of the callers had attempted extensively to investigate the product and confessed to difficulty in her dealings with the manufacturer.
4 billion years old, it has not been extensively explored.
His clients included the World Bank, UNDP, UNHCR, UNESCO, the European Commission, and the British Department for International Development, for all of whom he travelled extensively throughout the world, often in difficult conditions (he was hijacked at least once).
The volume opens with an elegant and substantial essay by Quentin Skinner ("John Milton and the Politics of Slavery") which argues that Milton's political tracts draw extensively upon neo-Roman ideas of liberty and servitude.
More than just another ghost story, this novel is based on the legend of the famous Bell Witch of Tennessee and has been extensively researched by its author.
Global legislation concerning the use of volatile and flammable solvents has also seen latex products being used extensively as alternatives to solvent-based systems.
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