- Latin in extēnsō : in, at + extēnsō, ablative of extēnsus, stretch. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“For, in the course of an address delivered by the old ex-chancellor at Friedrichsrueh, and reproduced in extenso in the press, he declared among other things that: “The Polish influence in political affairs increases always in the measure that some Polish family obtains of more or less influence at Court.”
“Some of the latter, however, were taken down in extenso by his hearers.”
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