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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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vary in order to spread risk or to expand

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In May, Tehran and Tbilisi studied avenues to broaden bilateral relations in academic and scientific fields, between the two countries' universities.
The governor made the comment after the nation's governing party said that the bank should broaden its focus.
The cleansing of the FBR is essential to make it an independent, vibrant and trustworthy institution to broaden the tax base and protect public money.
[paragraph] 4 Where reissue applications likely serve a valuable function in the patent system, how can we separate the wheat from the chaff so that patent owners may broaden claim scope after the statutory window of two years after issuance has closed, while still protecting the public's right to rely on the scope of the patent as originally issued?
He noted that the company plans to broaden its advertising message to appeal to both small business owners and consumers.
We're continuing to broaden our reach, and I'm excited to have Amira take on this new role," said Newmark Knight Frank CEO Barry Gosin.
Approval of a new label will provide opportunity to broaden the use of Synvisc beyond its current European-approved use in the knee and hip to the two additional joints.
While industry observers were surprised by Hugo Neu bidding on and ultimately winning the contract to handle recyclables from New York City, John Neu, vice chairman of Sims Hugo Neu and Sims Group worldwide, says the new enterprise offered an ideal opportunity to broaden the materials the company recycles.
Madaule also stressed the importance of exposing the child to a wide range of musical styles early in life, to broaden their auditory spectrum, just as we can help children become bilingual or trilingual simply by exposing them to other languages.
Also underway in Pennsylvania is a Lumina Foundation funded study by the Association of Independent Colleges to quantify the challenges within our state and to broaden the conversation at private colleges from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh.
Domains of activity that were used to describe the 10 areas of services provided for students as measured by the survey instrument were: (a) programs and services for students, (b) emphasis of minorities and women, (c) quality of research and teaching, (d) dissemination of research and knowledge, (e) workshops and counseling to broaden access, (f) athletics, (g) support of cultural activities, (h) availability of graduate programs, (I) leasing of facilities, and (j) increase of standards.
UK telecomms forum, The Communications Network (TCN), has said that it plans to broaden its appeal and stimulate fresh debate within the industry as it approaches its 100th anniversary.
To remedy my own limited knowledge of the Baptist community (and perhaps that of some of our readers), I determined to use this issue of the journal to broaden my understanding of some of the smaller Baptist denominations and to learn more about Baptist work in the United States and around the world.
As editors of the Journal we would like to challenge researchers and educators in the area of rehabilitation to broaden their scope beyond just individual and proximal variables to include what can be termed contextual variables.
'Travel may broaden the mind but I wish they would broaden the seats which in steerage are really only designed to carry Kate Moss's skinnier sister' Dr Who actor Colin Baker on travelling by air 'My players have fame, adoration, money, women, fast cars and no mortgage.