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  • adj. Alternative spelling of fullwidth.


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  • •Auto-Rotating Screen: Display auto-rotates from portrait to landscape as you turn the device so you can view full-width maps, graphs, tables, and Web pages

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  • The full-width illustration greeting web users logging on to the search engine portrays an episode in the novel in which the protagonist is made to whitewash a fence.

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  • He wore ten medals, but they were not mounted properly, i.e. they were in two rows of five medals per row, shown at full-width (not overlapped).

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  • For instance, in 2008, Lenovo launched a very thin but full-width line, the X300 series, which uses cutting-edge materials and goes to head-to-head with Apple's ultrathin MacBook Air.

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  • French-door models have the space-friendly, narrow door swings of side-by-sides but with one full-width compartment that can swallow pizzas, holiday platters and other bulky items.

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  • Suggestion would be to have a bigger full-width area under the image that displayed title in bold then description underneath that.

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  • The Wilhite home was a gray Gothic Revival box, three stories with a full-width porch, a long brick driveway, and a gorgeous view of Lake St. Clair.


  • In the four tests performed on each vehicle – full-width front and rear, and front and rear corner impacts – the worst-performing Kia Rio hatchback sustained $9,340 in total damage.

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  • The full-width front and rear tests are run at 6 mph (more than twice the federal standard which dictates 2.5 mph impact with no damage) and the corner tests at 3 mph.

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  • Click any of the full-width images for a closer look.

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