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  • n. Plural form of extender.

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Examples

  • The key to affordable, easy-to-use media extenders is server-side implementation.

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  • Such short-term extenders have also distracted Mr. Reid from doing what President Obama has been imploring Congress to do for weeks, which is to bring his jobs bill to the floor.

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  • But Paterson has rejected any short-term extenders, saying a permanent solution is needed.

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  • These include a $100 billion package of tax "extenders" - provisions set to expire at the end of the year, including tax credits for research and development and one for producing windmill electricity.

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  • Congress regularly extends many of these expiring provisions, known as "extenders," for just one year at a time, which keeps their official cost limited to a single year.

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  • To deal with these so-called extenders, lawmakers say they intend to find other tax increases or close tax loopholes to offset the revenue lost to the tax breaks.

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  • Jan. 31 Bloomberg -- Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus said the temporary nature of tax breaks known as extenders is "disastrous" for U.S. companies.

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  • The $141 billion spending bill casually dubbed the extenders bill failed in the Senate yesterday.

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  • While Silver says what's known as extenders have been passed in previous years when the budget was on time.

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  • Chief among the extenders is the research credit, which is pointless, but is something all U.S. trading partners have.

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