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1 It created wide comment in the press.
2 The water swirled and it was wide.
3 With a federal election due by September 2009 each partner in the grand coalition can do little but think of how to win by a margin wide enough to jettison the other.
4 With some funding from the World Wide fund for Nature, it recently ran a project to interview and train "low-carbon leaders" around the country.
5 of Penang, for instance, has wide roads, a steady stream of university science graduates, an efficient power supply and a modern airport from which goods are flown around the world.
6 This arrangement is not as accommodating as wide horizontal folders with respect to components of varying size.
7 The examples and concepts that follow are based on applying a Value Stream Map to a software engineering organization, but these concepts are applicable to a wide range of Settings.
8 comparison with the coastal area and in meeting the local needs, the educational resources shortage in senior high school period in Yuxi is obvious: the supply and demand gap is wide.
9 Their views are still wide apart.
10 There are other things horribly wrong with this article, but this one point stood out because, as fallacies go, it tends to propagate wide and far.
11 Near these he and the slave Abdalla dug a trench, long and wide enough to hold the bodies of the robbers; and as the earth was light, they were not long in doing it.
12 All we see is the spectacular moment of collapse, what film directors call the wide shot, showing the towers in their urban setting, before, during and after their fall.
13 His thin hair shivered, and I noticed his jeans, the wallet in his back pocket, his wide leather belt.
14 Yambajan is famous for its wide range of hot springs, from ones with the highest temperatures in the country to boiling geysers.
15 Dark complexion; hair, eyebrows, and whiskers, black; blue frock-coat, buttoned up to the chin; rosette of an officer of the Legion of Honor in his button-hole; a hat with wide brim, and a cane.
16 She regarded her husband with wide eyes.
17 These technologies allow a World Wide Web site to be as rich and interactive as an action game, a multimedia encyclopedia or a productivity application.
18 The streets are wide and straight.
19 As shown in this article, using tools like tcpdump, snoop or iptrace, you can extract a wide range of data at the command line.
20 She took the key he slid to her and hurried across the wide lobby to the elevators, restraining the urge to run.
21 In addition to being a repository for textbooks covering a wide range of subjects and educational levels, its ethic is taken from the digital music world, he said - rip, burn and mash.
22 The lanes between vines are exactly as wide as the tractor, so the little group had to duck into and underneath the vines all day long.
23 The tree thrusts its roots far and wide.
24 Sami have long used the tents as portable shelters—their wide bases and forked poles enable them to withstand winds of up to 50 miles an hour on the Arctic tundra.
25 But above all, through the wide FIG trees there was the sky.
26 Thereupon, they pointed to the empty loom, and the poor old minister kept opening his eyes wide, but he was unable to see anything because there was nothing to see.
27 city is as large as New York, spread out in a seemingly haphazard fashion in every direction, crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the elevated rail lines of its superb transportation system.
28 Using a small paintbrush dipped in the bacteria, they are painstakingly 'painted' onto the tiny canvas - a petri dish only a few centimetres wide.
29 As proof, there's a grainy snapshot of Fukuyama, wearing a wide smile and a pair of hip sunglasses, eating a mango beside a Pakistani colonel.
30 They found that speech signals are normally low-pitched and musical clips have a wide range of pitches; both vary only gradually over time.