“But amid rising demands for U.S. troop pullout, the Bush Administration is launching a new campaign to sell the war as part what it calls a wider conflict against a global enemy.”
“Mr Duncan Smith, the work and pensions secretary, explicitly links this move to what he calls a "wider movement" of ideological aggression by the commission, including proposals for a financial transactions tax across Europe.”
“They are the same price and wider is better for these slings.”
“The remarks represent some of China's most substantive support for the euro zone amid the region's debt troubles, and reflect the Asian giant's growing willingness to wield its economic clout to obtain wider international influence.”
“Briefing notes show the Y-shaped line will cost around £ 11.2 billion to build and £ 1.25 billion a year to run, but will deliver around £ 15 billion more in wider transport benefits and £ 10 billion more in revenue than the S-shaped option.”
“Trees in wider roads also create a perception of narrowness without actually creating narrow roads.”
“This is what a lack of discipline at home, at school and in wider society has wrought.”
“More details on that -- as well as which movies are the steadiest performers of the season and how Hilary Swank's latest did in wider release -- in this week's box office rundown.”
“The 10-year Irish/German yield spread tested new highs of 460 basis points, 19 points wider from the previous day.”
“The 'not really a thriller' documentaryCatfishis doing okay in wider release, as it grossed $600,000 for the weekend for a current total of $1.6 million on 137 screens thus far.”
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