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to make or become broad or broader

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to make or become more comprehensive or inclusive

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become broader or wider or more extensive

make (clothes) larger

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The community is united in its message to remove all hazardous waste from the site, Widener said.
It seemed easy enough: serve WU Brew in the Widener cafeteria and at catered events and sell it in the university's bookstore.
Next, Widener suggests that we choose to see our work as a way to help others, and not as a way to make money.
She is also a part of the Presidential Scholars Corps at Widener, serving 300 hours of community service every school year in the Chester community.
Widener might well have taken Carter's advice, for he lost his life while Mr Carter was eventually able to escape.
Prior plans at Widener were completed by top-level administrators with little or no involvement from the rest of the campus, and after approval by the Board of Trustees, the plans were not widely disseminated to the Widener community.
By Daniel Widener (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2010, 384 pp.
People will learn from you if you teach them," says Chris Widener in his latest book, leadership Rules.
From an IT perspective, "There is a natural imbalance of that data pulled from our ERP systems to feed our data warehouses for our marketing initiatives compared to the information we use to support our operations, including workforce management," says Paul Widener, the chain's vice president of information services.
Steinman, PhD, Psychology Department, Widener University, Chester, PA, USA; and Andrew Karpinski, PhD, Psychology Department, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Best of the Widener Collection is an eye-catching collection of never-before-published, black-and-white photography from the golden age of horse racing.
The Delaware Campus (Wilmington, DE) and Harrisburg Campus (Harrisburg, PA) of Widener School of Law have collaborated to begin the publication of "The Widener Journal of Law, Economics and Race," an online journal that includes commentary and discussion on the intersection of the law, race and economics in America.
He participated in a panel on the topic of "Film, Sports, Music, and Ethics" for the Widener University School of Law Sports and Entertainment Law Association, speaking on life story rights and the litigation issues that can arise.
Widener purchased 93 paintings, primarily Old Masters, from the Dutch-born art dealer Leo Nardus, who operated out of New York and Paris.