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It may also serve as a spark that will encourage new generations of Sto:lo scholars to enlarge upon this historical record.
Once the theme has been chosen, enlarge upon it and make it the essence of the shop.
This new European force is not a European 'defence', NATO has been our defence and we (the EU) could quite easily enlarge upon that.
My point is not to diminish the experience of the Jewish Holocaust, but to enlarge upon it.
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was passed in 1993 by a unanimous voice vote in the House, a 97-3 vote in the Senate and was signed by President Clinton, but the imperial judiciary disagreed and threw the issue back to Congress, stating that they had no right to enlarge upon or make substantive definitions of religious liberty.
In 1990 and again in '92, leaders of Norfolk felt that it could enlarge upon its ice cream heritage.
IDGA's inaugural conference on Alternative Energy for Defense, to be held June 24 - 26 at the Sheraton Premiere in Tysons Corner, VA, will enlarge upon the Institute's Tactical Power Summit Series covering alternative fuels and power sources serving the military's tactical and operational needs.
At a meeting early in the scripting process McCartney outlined his ideas for the film: "If we're going to do a full-length animated movie then it should be this wonderful Disney-esque adventure, only a little more far out; basically follow the story of the song and then enlarge upon it.