from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of reach.
- n. Sailing on a reach, i.e. having the wind on either side and coming from an angle that is larger with respect to the bow than when sailing close-hauled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Nautical, sailing to wind-ward; working to windward on alternate tacks; sailing on the wind.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. accomplishment of an objective
- n. the act of physically reaching or thrusting out
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Senator Clinton stressing a solutions agenda, what she calls reaching out to the voters and offering real practical plans and steps for various things, whether it be health care, whether it be Iraq, whether it be education.
We've also seen firsthand that investors can achieve success which I define as reaching their financial goals using either approach, or by blending the two.
Now that's what I call reaching an intelligent audience.
As such, the design objectives would not only take evolution into account, but would use and exploit evolution as a partner in reaching those design objectives.
Plainly, the one mega-group in the electorate that Barack Obama has the most trouble reaching is the white working class.
That year, Rep. John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) was a key player in reaching accord with Democrats.
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I am not sure he knows how far reaching is his contribution.
"We continue to review and encourage the use of new communications technologies that assist Members in reaching and providing important information to their constituents," Kyle Anderson, press director for the House Committee on Administration, wrote in an e-mail to CNN.
Umm, that is because Republicans have shown they really aren't interested in reaching a bipartisan deal that makes a difference.