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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of broaden.

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Examples

  • The new label broadens previous warnings involving cancer patients and states that the drugs "shortened overall survival" in patients with advanced breast, head and neck, lymphoid, and nonsmall-cell-lung cancers in clinical studies when used at generally higher-than-recommended doses.

    Label for Anemia Drugs

  • cdv USA Bringing My Little Baby to Nintendo DS in Spring 2009 dtp young's virtual baby title broadens cdv USA's commitment to handheld games.

    IGN DS

  • This expanded recall broadens the scope to include all compressed inflator propellant which was produced using equipment that experienced a problem, therefore, based on our understanding, this action would rule out the possibility of the same incidents occurring in the future.

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • It's real handy when you wantta find out how to visit 'em sort of intimate like, and it kind of broadens yer mind.

    The City of Fire

  • "broadens" us, even though the evidence shows that it constricts and chokes free thinking and serious questioning.

    American Thinker

  • Actually, working with bands you wouldn't usually be listening to - it kind of broadens your mind. "

    The Guardian World News

  • From the perspective of these definitions, Congress is “enforcing” the Fourteenth Amendment when it broadens the scope of liberty.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • And though many veterinarians say they appreciate the Internet because it broadens clients' knowledge base and presents, for example, cutting-edge options for chronic conditions and support from other owners dealing with the same heartaches, too many people use it as a primary source when they have a sick pet, "and they put things off until it's too late," Becker says.

    'Dr. Google' not always best when pets are ill

  • Here's their explanation: By changing the name to Syfy, which remains phonetically identical, the new brand broadens perceptions and embraces a wider range of current and future imagination-based entertainment beyond just the traditional sci-fi genre, including fantasy, supernatural, paranormal, reality, mystery, action and adventure.

    Good Idea or Bad Idea? SciFi Changes Name to SyFy Channel

  • The proposed Oklahoma measure broadens the definition of agent to cover financial planners – player reps who don't negotiate contracts but still have a financial stake in a college athlete's future earnings – while increasing the minimum fine for violations from $1,000 to $10,000 and the maximum from $10,000 to $250,000.

    States Look To Strengthen College Football Sports Agent Oversight

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