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  • adjective Not expanded.


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  • Why should "antisemitism," even in the unexpanded sense, be singled out?

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • But, unexpanded, it's also a list with notable gaps where relevant – and plural – expertise ought to be.

    Press regulation needs to be reformed, but not by settling old scores

  • Why should "antisemitism," even in the unexpanded sense, be singled out?

    The CJC's submission to HUAC North

  • This deal would see Chinalco pay US$500 million for a 50% stake in the unexpanded Yarwun refinery.

    Rio Tinto to Cut 700 Positions

  • Here I am thirty-four years old, and yet my life is almost wholly unexpanded.

    Rob Kall: Living in and Falling Out of The Vein of Gold

  • The style here is suggestive of notes (upomnemata) unexpanded.


  • If from timidity they consent to be forced into one of these moulds, and to let all that part of themselves which cannot expand under the pressure remain unexpanded, society will be little the better for their genius.

    On Liberty

  • The petioles of young, unexpanded leaves are edible, when thoroughly cooked.

    Chapter 9

  • The straw is extracted from the young unexpanded leaf which is about 1 m long.

    Chapter 6

  • The town is the centre of the Panama hat trade, which hats are made of the sheaths of the unexpanded leaves of the jaraca palm, or of the long sheaths protecting the flower-cone of the hat palm (_taquilla_); and they can only be made in a favourable damp atmosphere.

    Ranching, Sport and Travel


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