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the act of making something wider

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the action of making broader

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an increase in width

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towards broadening of tax base and their proposals on improving the tax regime would be welcomed for the next budget.
However, the FBR had launched same scheme for broadening of tax base under the IMF programme for three years under the PML-N-led regime but had failed to achieve the desired results in a big way.
DA Pamphlet 600-3, Commissioned Officer Professional Development and Career Management, defines broadening positions as those ".
13) The decision of the CAFC panel has the potential to become the most definitive statement in broadening reissue practice in almost twenty years, and will likely coincide with sweeping changes recently signed into law in the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act.
The big push for broadening NAFTA came with the Bush administration's multi-year effort to expand NAFTA to every country in the Western Hemisphere under an agreement to create a Free Trade Area of the Americas, or FTAA.
In this thus much-needed, ambitious, and remarkable study, Maureen Healy makes important contributions to both fields by bringing the Habsburg Empire into a comparative dialogue and by broadening our understanding of Austrian politics and the internal process of disintegration of the Habsburg Empire.
WASHINGTON -- As the premier logistics training program in the Air Force, the logistics career broadening program provides logistics officers the chance to attain specialized knowledge in their career field.
The Doppler Effect causes a broadening of the spectral lines obtained from gaseous samples.
Presenting scholarly paper at conferences or workshops related to these disciplines would also assist rehabilitation researchers in broadening their perspective and developing additional skills that could be incorporated into their own rehabilitation research.
Combining this with a broadening of the zero-rating provision so that it applies to all non-registered non-residents (similar to section 10 of Part V of Schedule VI of the ETA) would provide a longerterm solution.
The determination of dislocation distribution parameters is discussed for specimens where both strain broadening caused by dislocations and size broadening occur.
The more massive the black hole, the higher the disk's velocity and the greater the broadening.
This broadening of the CFO position at countless companies across the country is being driven in part by technological advances that have freed CFOs from routine information-gathering chores.
By broadening the analysis, we'll be taking Defining Common Ground to a higher level.
A backlash against managed care is responsible for a broadening definition of malpractice according to a new study by Conning and Company.