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Meanings and phrases
- At the mixed sales there are a wider range of horses available.
- Vijayan was discussed in Kerala Cultural-Political scenario in a wider range.
- It could help customers buy wider range of products and save customers’ time.
- His love for jazz helped bring the genre to a wider audience.
- This effort succeeded and he began to be known to a wider audience.
- Jennings intended to gain for them a wider audience with this album.
- The park is much wider in the southern segments.
- The result was much wider sidewalks and benches to sit on.
- The double and twin rooms were much wider with more furniture.
- As a result, Reemtsma has become known to a wider public.
- As a result, for a time the object became known to the wider public as "Xena".
- It became available to a wider public with the release of the Netscape browser in 1994.
- This does not preclude them from being active in the wider community.
- The Cleland Club is the former miners Working men's club, now used by the wider community.
- RMIT Music Collective is affectionately called 'RMIT Music' by its members and wider community.
- There are also changing exhibitions of archaeological finds from the wider area.
- The name "London" is now ordinarily used for a far wider area than just the City.
- The wider area including nearby Lewsey Park is sometimes referred to as Lewsey Farm.
- Juveniles consume a wider variety of prey than adults.
- In the past, a wider variety of cold-start methods were used.
- Von Neumann stability is necessary in a much wider variety of cases.
- A single barrel vaulted nave with a slightly wider apse.
- Jack planes are long and wide, with wooden-stocked planes sometimes being slightly wider.
- The carapace is rounded in outline, without any rostrum, and is slightly wider than it is long.
- in its relations with ‘the wider world’).
- The EU also promoted human rights issues in the wider world.
- News of his death only became known to the wider world six months after he died.
- From different directions the German troops were surrounded in the wider region of Murino on 24 July.
- In the early Bronze Age, the territory of Manglisi was part of the wider region, home to a kurgan culture.
- The Ridwan family saw themselves as the leaders of the wider region and the patrons of other ruling families.
- He was also gaining wider recognition.
- In particular, his role as Mark in the 2003 film "Love Actually" gained him wider recognition.
- Brown's work in this area became the basis for a wider recognition of Price's role in and contribution to American music.
- Magazines had wider distribution than comic books, and a more adult readership.
- However, some sources list it as having a wider distribution but see taxonomic note below.
- At least one film screened at the event, "March Point", received wider distribution through PBS.
- It is also within the wider territory of the Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
- This section deals with fictional characters set within the wider backdrop of the British Empire.
- New ensembles/groups began to form as well as an increasing presence within the wider RMIT University community.
- Snyder also sought to cultivate a wider sense of mission.
- It has often been used this wider sense by Christian authors, e.g.
- In a wider sense, the term is used to refer to a variety of Spanish musical styles.
- intended for the video to depict something real "made not real" to reach a wider audience.
- He also hoped to reach a wider audience to help Maltese folklore become more widely known.
- This will ultimately reach a wider target audience and drive more traffic to the original post.
- Hawking put the Paralympic Games into the wider context of society.
- In a wider context, there was an attempt to base all of mathematics on Cantor's set theory.
- In the wider context, the First Family may comprise the head of state or head of government's parents, siblings and extended relatives.
- However, it was a contribution outside Parliament which brought Sandham to wider attention.
- His career began in Chicago clubs, but he did not gain wider attention until moving to New York City in 1938.
- As Brod published the bulk of the writings in his possession, Kafka's work began to attract wider attention and critical acclaim.
- Until 2017, most mainstream assessments of the platform economy were largely positive about its benefits to wider society.
- Crime and population figures show that Jews in New York committed crimes at a rate far below the average for the wider society.
- It offers a framework through which community psychologists examine individuals' relationships within communities and the wider society.
- These features all came into wider use among other Czech games.
- However, the usage of Roman Urdu is declining with the wider use of Hindi and English in these states.
- The Extremaduran language is spoken in northern rural areas, and shades into dialects of Spanish that are in wider use.
- In May 2008, WCBS led WNBC by an even wider margin.
- This species’ historic range, however, was even wider.
- Time needs to be given to the greater Sikh community and the even wider world community.
- This system now gained wider acceptance.
- It became operational in 1979 and gained wider acceptance as an advocacy group in 1987.
- However, the proof has since then gained wider acceptance, although doubts still remain.