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


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  • Egypt (vol.i. 290): here it means the lowlands of Palestine once the abode of the noble Philistines; and lastly the term extends to the sea-board of Zanzibar, where, however, it is mostly used in the plur.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Legally, a term extends over two years; practically, a session of five or six months during the first, and three months during the second year ordinarily reduce their opportunities more than one half.

    A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln

  • Our title extends back to the foundation of the World.

    The Great Conspiracy, Volume 6

  • In the footsteps of the briskly selling The 100 Best Vacations to Enrich Your Life featuring North American destinations, our new title extends these ardent travelers 'sights to global scale.

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  • But Patterson objects to the family's argument that their title extends to submerged land. - Local News

  • In Sonora, the "Hassle-Free" vehicle zone extends from the border along the west side of Hwy 15 south to the Km 98 checkpoint south of Empalme (near Guaymas).

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  • The chromosphere extends from the top of the temperature minimum region up another 2000 kilometers and is named for the Greek word chromo which means color.

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  • The temperature minimum region extends from the photosphere up to 2000 kilometers and has a temperature of about 4000 degrees Kelvin.

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  • Neither of those issues are matters of "Western scholasticism," although it can be argued that a philosophical lineage extends from the nominalism of Ockham down to the metaphysics of Hegel and Kant, and then on to the atheism/anti-theism of Marx and Nietzsche.

    Pentecost in the East

  • As a consequence, any theory whose domain extends to the entire universe, (i.e. any cosmological theory), has a multiverse associated with it: namely, the class of all models of that theory.

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