enlargement


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the act of increasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope

the state of being enlarged

a discussion that provides additional information

a photographic print that has been enlarged

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There is great irony in the fact that NATO enlargement was undertaken as a kind of bureaucratic surrogate for NATO involvement in Bosnia.
Nine months after initial presentation, he was readmitted for pneumonia, and it was noted at that time that he had recurrent facial and arm swelling with bilateral breast enlargement accompanied by an increase in the mediastinal mass and recurrent SVC syndrome.
The European Union embraced EU eastern enlargement in May 2004 which makes it a more heterogeneous club than ever.
Both celebratory and informative, this issue addresses enlargement from various angles.
If Welsh business does not adapt to the challenges of EU enlargement then it will lose out, but it would be even worse not to take advantage of the opportunities that this enlargement brings.
EU Enlargement - The Challenge for British Farming highlights several viable market opportunities for UK farmers, with demand indicated to be particularly strong for dairy products, poultry and ornamentals.
Chairman, before I continue, let me acknowledge your leadership and vision in this process of enlargement.
The process of enlargement is the most exciting challenge currently facing the EU.
Technically known as hallux valgus and personally known to as many as 50% of American women and somewhat fewer men, a bunion is an enlargement of the metatar-sophalangeal joint or big toe joint.
The author shows to what extent it is necessary to analyze the Eastern enlargement in the context of the already completed EC/EU expansion, and to remind the reader of the often overlooked connection between the processes of enlargement and those of integration deepening.
He always advocated EU enlargement but Dana doesn't seem to have made the link between it and Christian values.
Professor Ryan Hendrickson's "NATO's Open Door Policy and the Next Round of Enlargement" (Parameters, Winter 2000-01) presents itself as a tour de table of prospects and considerations--albeit heavy with US-centric angles like candidates, presidents, and congressional constituencies--that may shape further NATO enlargement.
A similar precedent was created in Poland in 1939," he said, implying that NATO enlargement was the equivalent of Hitler's invasion of Poland.
Russia is less worried by EU enlargement than it is by possible NATO enlargement in the same region.
Noncancerous enlargement of the prostate gland, called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is caused by hormonal changes and is very common among middle-aged and older men.