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Extending

Meanings and phrases

extending along

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The tail's size is emphasised not having the fins extending along its sides.
  • Flat Bastion Road traverses the Flat Bastion, extending along the west side of the Flat Bastion Magazine.
  • The district is mostly linear, extending along North Main Street (US 302) between Depot Square and City Park.

extending north

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The farm land is situated north of the general school buildings, extending north to Lynch Close and east to Jenkins Road.
  • It can be found from the Philippines to Samoa, extending north to the Ryukyu Islands and south to the Moluccas and Admiralty Islands.
  • According to Norman Tindale, the Djerait occupied some of tribal land on the north shores of Anson Bay, extending north to Point Blaze.

extending across

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It includes a large wood parch extending across the front facade.
  • There is a shallow sandbar extending across the eastern end of the lake.

extending beyond

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It would dig two deep-bore tunnels beneath Boston, extending beyond the present rail yards north and south of the city.
  • The area covered by the cemetery had originally been and unfenced, extending beyond King Street, but by 1884, it comprised just .
  • In "R. traquairi", the rostrum is sharply pointed, extending beyond the snout, and the tubercles are small and irregularly placed.

extending south

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The southern portion forms a cape extending south into the Great Salt Lake.
  • The airfield lies on Salisbury Plain, mostly in Fittleton parish, extending south into Figheldean.
  • It impounds Meeks Cabin Reservoir, which is mostly in Wyoming, with a portion extending south over the state line into Utah.

extending up

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The Agency continues to process applications with delays extending up to 10 months in some cases.
  • In the northern zone the Tagin presides as one of the major tribe extending up to the northeastern side of mechuka .
  • At full water levels, Magic Reservoir covers up to , extending up the Big Wood River and up a tributary, Camas Creek.

range extending

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is the only concept of the three to have range extending capability.
  • "Cassidulina", itself, is cosmopolitan, with a stratigraphic range extending from the Upper Eocene to recent.
  • Ewing Mountain, a range extending across the area, includes Devil's Den on the west and Chestnut Knob on the east.

extending as far

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The entire route (now extending as far south as Chagrin Blvd.)
  • Sargon II mentions it as extending as far as Dilmun or "sea-land" (littoral Eastern Arabia).
  • A 2009 discovery provides strong evidence of microbial stromatolites extending as far back as 3.45 billion years ago.

area extending

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The main building is elevated with the basement area extending to below ground level.
  • The Mongol Empire conquered a large part of Asia in the 13th century, an area extending from China to Europe.
  • In the western population, all individuals have this narrow naked midventral area extending the entire length of the breast.

extending through

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Hill; on the east were Anderson and Ewell, extending through Hanover Junction and ending behind a swamp.
  • Even the northern rim is irregular, with a gouging valley extending through the north-northeast rim towards Xenophanes.
  • The secondary shaft in the transmission is hollow with the pinion shaft extending through it to the center differential.

extending back

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The win represented the 48th consecutive in-season tournament win, a streak extending back to 1992.
  • He produced orthography consistent with a continuous written tradition extending back to Old Norse).
  • Technology – The dawn of Western alchemy is sometimes associated with that of metallurgy, extending back to 3500 .

extending east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is a two-story five-bay brick house built around 1873, with a rear one-story ell extending east.
  • Baltic languages are spoken by the Balts, mainly in areas extending east and southeast of the Baltic Sea in Northern Europe.
  • It ranges from South Africa north to the Red Sea, but is absent from the Persian Gulf, extending east to India and South East Asia.

extending down

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The finds lay on a diagonal band extending down and forward by about 6 meters within the fissure.
  • Seaward-verging thrust faults characterize the ridge deformation front, extending down to ~7 km beneath the summit.
  • "Retiboletus retipes" is set apart from "B. auripes" by a darker cap, tubes that lack an olive tinge, and a stem that has more prominent reticulation extending down to the base.

line extending

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • A rail line extending into Pennsylvania allowed coal to be place on board lake shipping.
  • At 08:15, "Kolberg" started laying mines off Flamborough Head in a line extending out to sea.
  • Traditionally, a source is represented by a little "×" with one line extending out, exactly as an insertion.
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