When asked why, the most common reason provided was that they do not plan on transitioning their book of business to another professional (Figure 8; click to enlarge
3 Mark the new position of the strike plate and enlarge
the mortise with a chisel.
DO NOT ENLARGE
HOLES ALL THE WAY THROUGH THIS WOOD BLOCK!
The charitable sector should be encouraged to enlarge
its role in advocacy and education.
it with a photocopying machine--one with options for changing darkness and contrast, and with good toner.
Hunter's misjudgment grows out of the fact that he does not enlarge
the sweep of his canvas to show how these orthodox-progressive conflicts form just one part of a much broader set of disputes involving race; the allocation of tax burdens and government expenditures; the struggle for limited resources in the workplace, neighborhood, and school; the loss of a national consensus on the meaning of equality; and the emergence of predominantly black underclass neighborhoods posing inherently divisive, and seemingly insoluble, questions - questions probing the links between such government policies as welfare and food stamps and crime, illegitimacy, decaying family structure, and unemployment.
during human development, in athletic training, and in some diseases.
The European Commission has proposed to enlarge
on a provisional basis from May 1, 2004, the current 18-member European Economic Area (EEA) to take in the ten acceding countries poised to join the EU on that date.
Researchers aren't certain why a man's prostate starts to enlarge
as he ages, but the process is as common as gray hair.
The patient was treated with a 2-week course of radiotherapy, but the lesion continued to enlarge
Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and being built by Turner Construction, the UBS Warburg addition will enlarge
the trading floor by 36,000 square feet.
In 1869, Emile Menier (Jean Antoine's son) decided to enlarge
the timber-framed water mill, to accommodate three new turbine wheels devised by the engineer L.
129 Die in Jet showed me that to enlarge
something, to make it big, doesn't necessarily mean it is important.