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1 Cheshire Puss,' she began, rather timidly, as she did not at all know whether it would like the name: however, it only grinned a little wider.
2 college had already diversified greatly by hiring people with wider interests.
3 At that time, E-mail and Usenet were the main forums for communication, and simple publishing systems such as Gopher were trying to establish a wider user base.
4 nutshell, they want the central bank to make more money available at longer maturities and against a wider range of collateral.
5 Perhaps the bigger risk for China, and the rest of Asia, is what regime change in Libya means for stability in the wider Middle East.
6 annual conference in Buenos Aires this summer bustled with discussions about the numbers and how the movement can attract a wider class of participants.
7 He has always been of the opinion that university students ought to have a wider range of knowledge.
8 pear shape," withfatter hips and thighs, is considered safer than the "apple shape,"which describes a wider waistline.
9 gap between these countries' borrowing costs and Germany's became wider than at any time since the birth of the single currency.
10 your mouth wider, please.
11 The anthology includes many more poets than the last edition, smaller names as well as big ones, and it is a more complete record of poetry's place in the wider world of popular culture.
12 Anger and resentment build, especially as a society becomes richer and the gulf between ordinary citizens and the officially tolerated crooks grows wider.
13 Recently I stumbled across a little old Orthodox synagogue in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, no wider than the brownstone I grew up in.
14 The difference is that in their incarnation in a physical body, they are less connected to their wider divine Self than I was.
15 wider debate reflects the fact that some teachers and parents advise effectively and others do not because it is invariably couched in terms of rights.
16 OVER the years, the screens on laptops, televisions, mobile phones and so on have got sharper, wider and thinner.
17 The mighty firm need not care much about what the wider public thinks: after all, it does not serve moms and pops.
18 This is not what the country and the wider Balkans need.
19 I was just praying that God would protect me - and that it would all be over soon," he recalled, reflecting wider sentiment across the country.
20 in the wider world, more and more people are no longer listening.
21 What wider impact will this decision have?
22 An "advocacy team" of friends and relatives should be mustered to help protect the hospitalized parent; a wider "circle of concern" should be tapped for moral support.
23 That is, overall public knowledge about the service is much wider than any of its interfaces can provide.
24 Fortunately, you do not have to buy the author's wider musings or share his admiration of Mr Clinton, Al Gore and Kofi Annan to enjoy this ambitious journey through history and politics.
25 These mechanisms are the domain of workload management and wider systems configuration and administration.
26 When they did go online, people were often at a loss for places to go so the Electronic Telegraph provided related links on its stories in an attempt to show people the wider web.
27 All this has big implications for China itself and for the wider world.
28 Whether the interests of these countries coincide with those of the wider world, though, is moot.
29 To some extent, such incidents, as terrible as they are, merely reflect the frequency of such transactional hazards in the wider world.
30 The roots of great innovation are never just in the technology itself. They are always in the wider historical context.