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slang term for a woman

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having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other

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not detailed or specific

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lacking subtlety

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being at a peak or culminating point

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very large in expanse or scope

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(of speech) heavily and noticeably regional

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showing or characterized by broad-mindedness

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Another experiment in the study showed that participants with broader happiness goals experienced more positive emotions after listening to a new song than the participants who had a specific goal of feeling excitement and energy.
With the ever-increasing pace of change in business today, it's more important than ever for boards to consider the broader implications of executive pay decisions.
In its new update of the World Economic Outlook, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that growth in the Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan region (which we refer to as broader MENA region) is projected to slow relatively this year, reflecting primarily a slowdown in activity in oil exporters, before recovering in 2018.
Observer Petar Arsovski considers that opposition's broader coalition will stop the division of votes.
The University of Missouri (MU) in Columbia is home to a thriving Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) and an innovative Broader Impacts Network (BIN) that provide support for researchers who are submitting research proposals, primarily to the NSF.
A national review of the effectiveness of these criteria conducted in 2000 revealed that, while most researchers had little difficulty identifying the intellectual merit of their plans, many struggled to adequately articulate the broader impacts of their proposed investigations (NSF, 2005).
"Shortages and geographic inequity of organs available for transplant have required the liver transplant community to reassess the allocation policy in the U.S., and even broader sharing of organs may be needed," explains Dr.
Broader Minded attempts to reach beyond traditional music education arguments, such as date-driven measures that correlate music study with graduation rates, test scores and grades.
The broader S&P 500 index fell 26.30 (1.59 percent) to 1,630.48, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite lost 79.05 (2.16 percent) at 3,578.52.
Before Michael's, Broader had 17 years' experience in the supermarket business, an exposure that is standing her in good stead as she oversees the merchandising of the growing proportion of grocery products in Walmart Canada's mix as it rapidly expands the Supercenter format in Canada.
The new firm will offer intelligent financial solutions to agricultural initiatives in Morocco and across North and Sub-Saharan Africa, the Mediterranean and the broader MENA region.
It called for a broader view of education for 14-19-year-olds focused on the "whole person" rather than narrowly based on academic success or providing "skills for economic prosperity".
WHEN SHELLEY BROADER PRESIDED OVER THE RIBBON CUTTING FOR THE NEW SWEETBAY SUPERMARKET IN CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
The National Science Foundation (NSF), with its decentralized directorate/division/program structure, supports the "broader impacts" criterion unevenly at best.