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widespread

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adj.
  1. widely circulated or diffused
  2. distributed over a considerable extent; far-flung

widespread use

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  • 1925 saw the south's widespread use of the forward pass.
  • Both sides engaged in the widespread use of scorched earth tactics.
  • They remain in widespread use.

received widespread

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  • It received widespread acclaim from music critics.
  • This march also received widespread media coverage.
  • The album received widespread acclaim from critics.

more widespread

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  • Researchers at Trend Micro found this bug to be more widespread.
  • Today the knowledge of some form of English is even more widespread.
  • He also wrote in 1965 that the practice would become more widespread.

most widespread

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  • The Grotto Beach Formation is the most widespread.
  • Hindustani is the most widespread language of India.
  • The most widespread religion is Roman Catholic.

became widespread

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  • Poverty became widespread as shortages drove up food prices.
  • The practice was discontinued as identity theft became widespread.
  • It became widespread after the threat of nuclear weapons was realized.

widespread critical

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  • "Ta13oo" was met with widespread critical acclaim.
  • Slammiversary received widespread critical acclaim.
  • The movie received widespread critical acclaim.

caused widespread

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  • The case caused widespread public debate in Norway.
  • The report caused widespread panic in Georgia.
  • This marriage caused widespread disapproval.

widespread critical acclaim

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  • "Ta13oo" was met with widespread critical acclaim.
  • Slammiversary received widespread critical acclaim.
  • The movie received widespread critical acclaim.

gained widespread

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  • Brazil nuts have gained widespread popularity.
  • These songs have gained widespread popularity in Russia.
  • With this programme, he gained widespread recognition in Latvia.

widespread acclaim

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  • It received widespread acclaim from music critics.
  • The album received widespread acclaim from critics.
  • "Pizza" received widespread acclaim from critics.

widespread throughout

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  • Fear of subversion was widespread throughout the state.
  • Competition is widespread throughout the market process.
  • This species is widespread throughout the Indo-Pacific region.

widespread attention

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  • The video garnered criticism and widespread attention on Twitter.
  • Grichuk drew widespread attention for his raw power and bat speed in 2015.
  • Her content went viral on Iranian social media and drew widespread attention.

widespread support

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  • This view, however, has not found widespread support.
  • Liu Ping's attempt received widespread support in China, e.g.
  • They gained widespread support.

led to widespread

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  • The rise of food prices led to widespread pauperism.
  • This led to widespread internet popularity from around 2003.
  • The circumstances of his death led to widespread media coverage.

widespread across

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  • It is widespread across much of Europe except the far north.
  • It is widespread across western Europe.
  • It is widespread across western Canada and much of the western United States.

widespread adoption

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  • Such combined systems are known as electromechanical systems and have widespread adoption.
  • The widespread adoption of irising-in and out to begin and end scenes caught on in this period.
  • Those quality models have been applied in industrial contexts but have not received widespread adoption.

widespread distribution

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  • Species of this family have a widespread distribution.

widespread popularity

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  • Brazil nuts have gained widespread popularity.
  • These songs have gained widespread popularity in Russia.
  • The widespread popularity of Langbein's "Schwänke" (1792, 21st ed.

widespread criticism

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  • This standard was later withdrawn due to widespread criticism.
  • There was widespread criticism of the incident and the way it was handled.
  • "Sonho de Menina" received widespread criticism from critics and audiences.

widespread public

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  • The case caused widespread public debate in Norway.
  • There was widespread public outrage over the events.
  • The incident generated widespread public furore.

widespread media

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  • This march also received widespread media coverage.
  • The circumstances of his death led to widespread media coverage.
  • The 30-million-word gap has received widespread media attention.

widespread species

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  • It is a widespread species that is moderately common in parts of its range.
  • The black mastiff bat is a widespread species, occurring throughout much of Central and South America.
  • By far the most common and widespread species of fox is the red fox ("Vulpes vulpes") with about 47 recognized subspecies.

received widespread critical

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  • Slammiversary received widespread critical acclaim.
  • The movie received widespread critical acclaim.
  • "Skyfall" received widespread critical acclaim.

widespread damage

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  • The collapse of Giraldo tower in 1902 caused widespread damage to the cathedral.
  • Michoacan suffered widespread damage with some buildings also affected in Mexico City.
  • The earthquake caused widespread damage in south-eastern England and in the Low Countries.

received widespread acclaim

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  • It received widespread acclaim from music critics.
  • The album received widespread acclaim from critics.
  • "Pizza" received widespread acclaim from critics.

become widespread

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  • By 1929, variations of the myth had become widespread.
  • Since then, "migratory beekeeping" has become widespread in the U.S.
  • Many of his opinions on computer science and programming have become widespread.

widespread recognition

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  • With this programme, he gained widespread recognition in Latvia.
  • Transviolet firstly began gaining widespread recognition with endorsements from Harry Styles and Katy Perry.
  • He first achieved widespread recognition in 1933, when at age 16, he composed the song ""O Que É Que a Baiana Tem?""

widespread acceptance

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  • This proposal and name have met with widespread acceptance.
  • Such diverse theories have failed to command widespread acceptance.
  • To achieve widespread acceptance, this encapsulation was based on popular usage.

widespread belief

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  • In India, there is a long-established and widespread belief in astrology.
  • It is a widespread belief that Spinoza equated God with the material universe.
  • Due to widespread belief in P ≠ NP, much of this focusing of research has already taken place.

causing widespread

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  • Soon all of the ice on Earth's surface begins to melt, causing widespread flooding.
  • The canal overflowed in 2003 and 2011, causing widespread flooding it was meant to prevent.
  • Mercer and Franklin continued to see one another privately, causing widespread gossip in Washington.

widespread flooding

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  • While crossing northern Madagascar, Nadia produced widespread flooding.
  • Soon all of the ice on Earth's surface begins to melt, causing widespread flooding.
  • Moving further inland, the storm affected two states and caused widespread flooding.

widespread among

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  • The worship of the god Egbesu is widespread among the Ekeremor.<br>
  • This understanding of government is widespread among dependency grammars.
  • They were widespread among Inuit who lacked easy access to good bow wood.

met with widespread

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  • "Ta13oo" was met with widespread critical acclaim.
  • This proposal and name have met with widespread acceptance.
  • "Until the Quiet Comes" was met with widespread critical acclaim.

common and widespread

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  • The spores are common and widespread in sediments of this age.
  • It is one of the most common and widespread genera of leafhoppers in the New World.
  • It is fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland, and common and widespread over much of Britain.

widespread destruction

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  • The raid also caused widespread destruction.
  • There was also no hard evidence found for the widespread destruction of churches.
  • Military rebellions and social unrest in 1996 were accompanied by widespread destruction of property and a drop in GDP of 2%.

attracted widespread

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  • The case attracted widespread media attention in Austria and internationally.
  • This new genre has attracted widespread attention from both local and international audiences.
  • The announcement was widely reported online and attracted widespread attention in its aftermath.

widespread corruption

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  • "Tjambuk Api" has been read as a critique of the widespread corruption in Indonesia.
  • He was elected to the post again in elections marked by widespread corruption and fraud.
  • In the late 1980s, much of Armenia's economy already was opening either semi-officially or illegally, with widespread corruption and bribery.

very widespread

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  • Common mole-rats are very widespread, thus their abundance is not well known.
  • He had a very widespread reputation during his lifetime, and his knowledge caused him to be called "Doctor Universalis".
  • It is mainly used in traditional wines, mainly by small or family wineries, and thus not very widespread in shops and restaurants.

so widespread

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  • The public paid heed, and protests became so widespread and so strong that the schemes were dropped.
  • The coverage of the investigations was so widespread that the media began to refer to it as "the summer of the sweatshop."
  • It could be argued that takeout doubles are conventional but their usage is so widespread that they may be considered a natural call.

species is widespread

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  • The species is widespread in the Mediterranean region.
  • This species is widespread from the Eastern Africa to Japan.
  • This species is widespread throughout the Indo-Pacific region.

became more widespread

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  • Since the 18th century immersion and submersion became more widespread.
  • But it was still some 40 years before the pleated Christmas hearts became more widespread.
  • This way of numbering years became more widespread in Europe with its use by Bede in England in 731.

widespread and common

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  • and is widespread and common throughout its range.
  • It is widespread and common between Bunbury and Albany.
  • It is widespread and common between Ingham and Brisbane.

resulted in widespread

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  • The play resulted in widespread praise and recognition for Odets.
  • The relocation process dispossessed the Indians and resulted in widespread death and disease.
  • Additionally, the new dictatorship resulted in widespread violence, leading to executions and casualties.

widespread practice

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  • The Cheka engaged in the widespread practice of torture.
  • Culvert style replacement is a widespread practice in stream restoration.
  • Cohen went on to help establish the widespread practice of nocturnal adoration.

widespread protests

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  • This move sparked widespread protests among Okinawans.
  • Pakistan witnessed widespread protests all across the country.
  • This led to widespread protests.

widespread media attention

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  • The 30-million-word gap has received widespread media attention.
  • The case attracted widespread media attention in Austria and internationally.
  • William Friedkin’s "Cruising" (1980) and "Jade" (1995) received widespread media attention.

not widespread

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  • This practice is not widespread.
  • While there is evidence of cannon in Iran as early as 1405 they were not widespread.
  • Although there were some instances of individuals and groups acquiring and using firearms, this was not widespread.

due to widespread

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  • This standard was later withdrawn due to widespread criticism.
  • Completing medical school, Haughton had difficulty finding internships due to widespread discrimination against blacks.
  • This system was unstable due to widespread opposition, and the Helvetic Republic collapsed as a result of the Stecklikrieg.

widespread availability

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  • Following the widespread availability of paper in the 14th century, the use of drawing in the arts increased.
  • The FidoNet nodelist started shrinking, especially in areas with a widespread availability of internet connections.
  • With the widespread availability of the Internet, much of the energy that was put into football fanzines subsequently went into the development of supporters' websites.
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