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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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make broader

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vary in order to spread risk or to expand

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Previously, the development schemes were broadened by adding union council offices which would be established in constituencies of parliamentarians which would permit them to be close to masses under the Prime Minister's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Achievement Programme before upcoming elections.
The broadened Horizon test improves detection rates for SMA compared with prior testing methods, refines risks for Fragile X syndrome, as well as offers broadens screening for the Ashkenazi Jewish population.
The Army offers many opportunities to develop the third criteria in the CSA's vision of future Army leaders--"broadened."
In In re Fotland, (38) the CAFC affirmed the rejection of broadened claims introduced outside the two-year window when an application had been filed within two years.
However, in light of some recent activity, discussed below, the SEC appears to have broadened its position on excluded services.
He interprets single maxima as lines of the discrete spectrum, much broadened due to the large probability of self-ionization (AUGER effect) ([p.sup.5])[.sub.1/2]nl [right arrow] ([p.sup.5])[.sub.3/2] + free electron.
* A broadened definition helps to ensure the availability of D&O insurance coverage for administrative, regulatory, civil, and criminal proceedings.
The broadened Ciba range includes retention, drainage and deposit control aids, paper whiteners, paper coloration, coating additives, surface modifiers, barrier effects, sizing agents, products for carbonless and thermal papers, latex and starch binders, de-inking chemicals and water management solutions.
When I called around to a few Promise Keepers earlier in the day to make sure they'd be on hand for the question and answer period, I was appalled to learn that no one in their group had been invited to take part in this supposedly broadened debate.
"As a result of casting it as an ed bill, it broadened the approach of who we could get to support it," Blanco said.
"We have further broadened our product line in order to better meet the diverse needs of the industry," Wories said.
Congress broadened the government's surveillance powers by passing the USA Patriot Act in October 2001.
To get the word out, Cal Performances broadened its marketing activities by creating a Spanish-language Web site and hiring a Spanish-speaking box-office attendant.
* THE CFO's JOB HAS BEEN BROADENED by the growing interest in nonfinancial measures of corporate performance, such as balanced scorecards.