extent vs extend

extent extend

Definitions

  • 1) The space, area, volume, etc., to which something extends.
  • 2) A range of values or locations.
  • 3) computing A contiguous area of storage in a file system.
  • 4) The range, magnitude, or distance over which a thing extends.
  • 5) An extensive space or area.
  • 6) In Great Britain, a writ allowing a creditor to seize a debtor's property temporarily.
  • 7) Archaic An assessment or valuation, as of land in Britain, especially for taxation.
  • 8) The degree to which a thing extends.
  • 9) The seizure in execution of such a writ.
  • 10) Space or degree to which a thing is extended; hence, superficies; compass; bulk; size; length
  • 11) A process of execution by which the lands and goods of a debtor are valued and delivered to the creditor.
  • 12) Degree; measure; proportion.
  • 13) A peculiar species of execution upon debts due to the crown, under which the lands and goods of the debtor may be seized to secure payment.
  • 14) the point or degree to which something extends
  • 15) the distance or area or volume over which something extends
  • 16) A peculiar remedy to recover debts of record due to the crown, differing from an ordinary writ of execution at the suit of a subject, in that under it the body, lands, and goods of a debtor may be all taken at once, in order to compel the payment of the debt.
  • 17) Logical extension or breadth.
  • 18) The space or degree to which a thing is or may be extended; length; compass; bulk; size; limit: as, the extent of a line; a great extent of country or of body; the utmost extent of one's ability.
  • 19) In law: Valuation; specifically, a census or general valuation put upon lands, for the purpose of regulating the proportion of public subsidies or taxes exigible from them, as well as for ascertaining the amount of the casualties due to the superior.
  • 20) Communication; distribution; bestowal.
  • 21) The length and the breadth (of power, greatness, duty, or the like).
  • 22) obsolete Extended.
  • 23) To be assessed; be rated for assessment.
  • 24) To assess; lay on or apportion, as an assessment.
  • 25) Extended.

Definitions

  • 1) transitive To cause to increase in extent.
  • 2) transitive To cause to last for a longer period of time.
  • 3) transitive To straighten (a limb).
  • 4) intransitive To increase in extent.
  • 5) intransitive To possess a certain extent.
  • 6) use to the utmost; exert vigorously or to full capacity
  • 7) open or straighten out; unbend
  • 8) span an interval of distance, space or time
  • 9) increase in quantity or bulk by adding a cheaper substance
  • 10) Tomagnify;extol.
  • 11) To stretch out in any direction, or in all directions; carry forward or continue in length or enlarge in area; expand or dilate: as, to extend roads, limits, or bounds; to extend the territories of a kingdom; to extend a metal plate by hammering.
  • 12) To take by seizure; become seized of; pass by seizin or right of possession.
  • 13) Toplantorsetout.
  • 14) To hold out in effort; put forth the strength or energy of: used reflexively.
  • 15) To be stretched or drawn out; be continued in length, or in all directions; be expanded; stretch out: as, the line extends from corner to corner; the skin extends over nearly the whole body; his influence is gradually extending.
  • 16) To hold out or reach forth.
  • 17) To plant or set out.
  • 18) To continue; prolong: as, to extend the time of payment; to extend a leave of absence.
  • 19) In law, to make a seizure of; fasten a process or grant upon, as lands under a writ of extent in satisfaction of a debt, or a writ of execution to levy and value.
  • 20) To magnify; extol.
  • 21) To place horizontally, at full length.
  • 22) To hold out as a grant or concession; communicate; bestow; impart: as, to extend mercy to an offender.
  • 23) To survey; measure the extent of, as land.
  • 24) To make more comprehensive; enlarge the scope of; give a wider range to: as, to extend the sphere of usefulness; to extend commerce; to extend a treatise or a definition.
  • 25) To cause to move at full gallop. Used of a horse.
  • 26) To be or become long, large, or comprehensive.
  • 27) To prolong the time allowed for payment of.
  • 28) To cause (something) to be longer, wider, or cover more area.
  • 29) To cause (something) to last longer.
  • 30) To present; offer.
  • 31) To seize or make a levy on for the purpose of settling a debt.
  • 32) To increase in quantity or bulk by adding a cheaper substance.
  • 33) To make available; provide.
  • 34) To enlarge the scope or effect of.
  • 35) To open or straighten (something) out; unbend.
  • 36) To appraise or assess; value.
  • 37) To put off; postpone.
  • 38) To exert (oneself) vigorously or to full capacity.
  • 39) To enlarge; to widen; to carry out further; ; to continue, as time; to lengthen; to prolong.
  • 40) To increase in quantity by weakening or adulterating additions.
  • 41) To hold out or reach forth, as the arm or hand.
  • 42) (Typog.) a letter, or style of type, having a broader face than is usual for a letter or type of the same height.
  • 43) To stretch out; to prolong in space; to carry forward or continue in length
  • 44) (Eng. Law) To value, as lands taken by a writ of extent in satisfaction of a debt; to assign by writ of extent.
  • 45) To bestow; to offer; to impart; to apply.
  • 46) To enlarge, as a surface or volume; to expand; to spread; to amplify.

Examples

  • 1) There is no report yet of the extent of damage.
  • 2) He says that he now realises the extent of his error.
  • 3) Understanding what is at risk is the first step to understanding the full extent of that risk.
  • 4) It happens in rugby to a lesser extent.
  • 5) They rely to a great extent on people moving house and on those renting and putting their goods in storage.
  • 6) He was also unable to have surgery to remove the primary tumour in his bowel due to the extent of his condition.
  • 7) I didn't realise the extent of his unhappiness.
  • 8) The North Londoners now face an anxious wait to discover the extent of the damage and how long he will be sidelined for.
  • 9) It depends to a great extent on the explicit and implicit aims.
  • 10) The official figures do not reflect the full extent of the problem.
  • 11) The real issue is the extent of the commitment involved.
  • 12) The extent of the damage was not known.
  • 13) To what extent is this due to a lack of ability and motivation?
  • 14) The size and extent of the camp had varied over time.
  • 15) Her smile stretched her lips sideways to a great extent.
  • 16) Once this has happened it is important to assess the extent of the damage.
  • 17) Due to the extent of the damage are unable to give a definite prognosis at this stage.
  • 18) Little is known about the extent of the damage to the historic districts.
  • 19) It was when he woke in the night that he realised the extent of his injuries and was distraught.
  • 20) One way to understand this term would be to document clearly the range and extent of criminal victimization which occurs for particular populations.
  • 21) The surge has not happened to any serious extent, perhaps wisely.
  • 22) The full extent of the damages to the church's property has yet to be determined.
  • 23) To a lesser extent, we can affect their behaviour while they remain in office.
  • 24) He also didn't know the full extent of my spending.
  • 25) No less important is the extent to which the landscape of the English counties has been protected from sprawl.
  • 26) Obviously a chemical which is absorbed efficiently from the intestine is more likely to be toxic than one that is absorbed to a lesser extent.
  • 27) Although some form of commitment seems likely, the extent of the commitment and the nature of the command relationship are both uncertain.
  • 28) And a government may reasonably not know, when considering military deployment, the extent of commitment required.
  • 29) The products exported by the periphery are important to the extent that... the return to labour will be less than what it is at the centre.
  • 30) The opposition must exaggerate, alarm and seek to divide - for that, to a certain extent, is their job.
  • 31) Fortunately Persian, up to a certain extent, is an exceedingly easy language, more so even than Italian.
  • 32) They turned aside from the run-way at a place indicated by Binu Charley, and, sometimes crawling on hands and knees through the damp black muck, at other times creeping and climbing through the tangled undergrowth a dozen feet from the ground, they came to an immense banyan tree, half an acre in extent, that made in the innermost heart of the jungle a denser jungle of its own.
  • 33) This past Friday marked a resumption of their collaboration to a certain extent, when Warren launched the new webcomic, Montague Terrace, at ACT-I-VATE.
  • 34) The cleared space was fully half an acre in extent and carefully fenced against the wild pigs.
  • 35) To a certain extent Jon Stewart and Colbert are the same way.
  • 36) And I think to a certain extent two years in an administration, the public is very unhappy.
  • 37) Q: To what extent is your decision to install a solar system on your residence a symbolic act, or a substantive act?
  • 38) No one can deny the positive evolution of race relations in the United States — to what extent is arguable, even with numbers available, which makes sense.
  • 39) All those complaints about unbalanced schedules and Team A having an easier slate of conference games than Team B during a given season could be minimized to a certain extent with more conference games.
  • 40) ‘By all means, send me a city map that covers the full extent of the subway.’
  • 41) ‘Another looks to the extent of the property covered by the security.’
  • 42) ‘Some of these are pictured and show the extent of flooding anticipated as dark blue and light blue areas.’
  • 43) ‘The precise extent of unsown area can only be assessed after the end of this month, he said.’
  • 44) ‘Looking at the plan, there can be no doubt whatsoever as to the extent of area A1.’
  • 45) ‘The universe is infinite, both in the number of atoms and in the extent of space.’
  • 46) ‘Little survives of this very large area, although its extent has been established by excavation.’
  • 47) ‘It's pointless asking a man of O'Callaghan's scale the extent of his wealth.’
  • 48) ‘This is important for determining if patients with the disease differ and to quantify the extent of infection.’
  • 49) ‘This is especially so with regard to the geographical extent of globalization.’
  • 50) ‘A measurement of intelligence quotient does not determine the extent of learning difficulties.’
  • 51) ‘This is the awesome extent of their responsibility for mass violence leading to mass death.’
  • 52) ‘When the country was in the grip of a deadly bird flu last year, his government admitted it tried to cover up the extent of the problem.’
  • 53) ‘They claim the Government is covering up the true extent of the disease outbreak.’
  • 54) ‘There could also be differences in the extent of cover if motoring abroad, she said.’
  • 55) ‘Webster pretty much covers the extent of my knowledge of this principle.’
  • 56) ‘Anecdotal accounts, however, give a picture of the extent of the killing and maiming.’
  • 57) ‘Thick smoke was seen rising from the area, but the extent of the damage was not immediately clear.’
  • 58) ‘The committee visited the area to evaluate the extent of damage caused by the flooding.’
  • 59) ‘There were different views as to the extent and scope of the sovereign power.’
  • 60) ‘However as the full details of the agreement are not being made public the extent of the deal may never be known.’
  • 61) ‘Is this a case of builders and developers demonstrating the extent of their imaginations?’
  • 62) ‘Yesterday council bosses went on site to survey the extent of the damage, which is understood only to be minimal.’
  • 63) ‘It will show the extent of people's anger about these monstrous turbines.’
  • 64) ‘The extent of the market surprised Mr Williams when he first started up.’
  • 65) ‘In some cases, however, images do survive as engravings or copies and a picture emerges of the extent of our loss.’
  • 66) ‘A teenager beaten up and left for dead by a gang wants people to know the extent of his injuries.’
  • 67) ‘There is no way we can increase the fees to such an extent to cover the rent.’
  • 68) ‘We did cover this to an extent in 2002, so here's the link to satisfy your inquisitive hunger.’
  • 69) ‘In Harare and Bulawayo and to a lesser extent in rural areas, there are many training centers.’
  • 70) ‘A potential grey area is the extent to which a State can protect an individual against criminal behaviour.’
  • 71) ‘Profile matters to the extent that you want people listening to your product.’
  • 72) ‘He was adopted by his uncle and that's about the extent of his personal life that is common knowledge.’
  • 73) ‘A person can only enjoy liberty to the extent that all other persons can equally enjoy theirs.’
  • 74) ‘To the extent that his views are different from yours you would have my vote.’
  • 75) ‘And as far as I am aware, it has gone unnoticed by the public to a certain extent.’
  • 76) ‘McConnell's speech may have been partly designed to wake people up to the extent of the upheaval ahead.’
  • 77) ‘It changed my personal life to the extent that it took away from me my freedom.’
  • 78) ‘There are profound questions about the extent to which personality can be said to persist when memory is lost.’
  • 79) ‘Latham won only to the extent that some people did not think him capable of this.’
  • 80) ‘Bushes are growing across paths to the extent that people cannot get past.’
  • 81) ‘He is hugely confident, to the extent that some people have described him as arrogant.’
  • 82) ‘What she is doing is spoiling my enjoyment of the patio to a certain extent.’
  • 83) ‘Irish bishops clearly have no idea about the extent to which public access to information has changed.’
  • 84) ‘Kelly's heart condition made him unable to withstand loss of blood to the extent that a fit person could.’
  • 85) ‘So railways affected most mass spectatorship of sport only to a limited extent in the Victorian era.’
  • 86) ‘To see someone get their life back to such an extent after just four therapy sessions is rewarding beyond measure.’

Examples

  • 1) The applicant did not ask the deputy master to exercise his discretion to extend time.
  • 2) Now apply pressure through your palms and slowly extend both your arms in front of you.
  • 3) Lean into the sink with one hand and extend one leg out behind.
  • 4) It was not for the court to consider whether to extend time on its own initiative.
  • 5) He was not at fault in failing to consider whether to extend time on his own initiative.
  • 6) The strike had been planned as a 24-hour walkout but has been extended three times.
  • 7) Some specialise in engineering and technology, while others extend into areas such as creative and digital industries.
  • 8) The plant growing season has extended in some areas and there is more growth in colder regions, resulting in a larger overall area covered with vegetation.
  • 9) A pilot scheme has been carried out in Manchester, which if successful could be extended to other areas within five years.
  • 10) It appears to have been driven out as farming land extended and trees were cleared.
  • 11) As you love and forgive yourself these feelings will extend to those around you.
  • 12) What do you do if you want to extend the area that your wisteria covers?
  • 13) You may well be able to extend payments to make them more manageable.
  • 14) Without waiting for an answer he pulled close to the pile and extended his hand.
  • 15) The deadline has been extended many times.
  • 16) Watch for any attempt to flex or extend the arm out of position.
  • 17) Once again plans were proposed to extend the area of arable lands and the number of cattle.
  • 18) The judge should extend it and make him work and give his wages to charity.
  • 19) To refuse to shake a hand extended in friendship is bad manners.
  • 20) Before long the time was being extended to a full hour.
  • 21) Suddenly and slowly she extended her arms out in front of her.
  • 22) His pragmatic approach extends to other areas.
  • 23) And that sometimes extending it will make others uncomfortable.
  • 24) She lavished a smile on him and extended her hand.
  • 25) Stand tall with a kettle bell in left hand and arm fully extended above your head.
  • 26) She extended her hand to the stocky horseman.
  • 27) There is a real risk that before long defendants will be released because courts do not agree to extend time limits.
  • 28) Both vehicles have ranges extended to around 100 miles.
  • 29) Maybe extend the area of bulb grass beyond the tree's canopy.
  • 30) Since the effect extends around each machine, up to two square miles could be affected by one turbine.
  • 31) On three sides your land extends for a mile, while to the north you are protected by dense woodland.
  • 32) The proceeds will be used to expand the company's presence in mobile, make acquisitions and extend its international reach.
  • 33) ‘So far, Nepal has created fourteen protected areas, covering at least ten percent of the country's land mass, and there are plans to extend these protected areas.’
  • 34) ‘There are now plans to extend the area covered by the partnership to the villages of Wrelton, Aislaby, Middleton, Cropton, Rosedale and Sinnington.’
  • 35) ‘Commenting on the report's recommendation on ride encroachment, the senior zoo spokesman said there were no future plans for the theme park and the rides to be extended into the zoo area.’
  • 36) ‘Councillors said they wanted the 20 mph speed limit zones, which cover some of the Westgarth area, to be extended.’
  • 37) ‘Mr Chilufya said the investor had grown 30 hectares of bananas this year, which would be extended every year to cover the whole area.’
  • 38) ‘Our geographic district has been extended so that we cover an area at least double the previous size.’
  • 39) ‘And thus desert and sandy areas are being extended by the impact of wind, and therefore further desertification is taking place.’
  • 40) ‘As a result the footpath in this area will be extended, narrowing the carriageway, but creating a more pedestrian friendly environment.’
  • 41) ‘If it works, it may be extended throughout the Bradford area.’
  • 42) ‘Cllr Brian Stanley said it was important that the meter area for Portlaoise be extended.’
  • 43) ‘Some local businessman and councillors wish to expand Kendal to the north, extending the Sandylands area and Shap Industrial Estate northwards.’
  • 44) ‘If indeed the increase is based on improving water supply lines and extending these to areas formerly neglected, there is merit in the move.’
  • 45) ‘This morning I have extended the area covered by the capillary matting in the sun room, and added in the second water reservoir, as more and more things need to go out there.’
  • 46) ‘Dramatically framed by alpine peaks, it extends an existing residential area.’
  • 47) ‘Built on pillars, the octagonal wood-frame gazebo juts out over the slope, extending the outdoor living area.’
  • 48) ‘So we joined the fray, and asked Pendle Borough Council for the proposed conservation area to be extended.’
  • 49) ‘It is for the same reason the council has asked for the boundary to be extended in the Chalumna area.’
  • 50) ‘Of the options they will be asked to consider, extending St George's Hall seems to be a non-starter.’
  • 51) ‘Questions have already been raised over whether Glasgow should extend its boundaries to increase its tax revenue base.’
  • 52) ‘Mr Green wants to make alterations and additions to the building to create a new restaurant, extend his kitchen and increase the number of toilets.’
  • 53) ‘The former Development Officer alleges that the suggestion that his probation period should be extended came from a representative of one of the Chambers of Commerce.’
  • 54) ‘The martial law status was imposed on troubled Aceh on May 19 for a six-month period and was extended for another six months on Nov.19.’
  • 55) ‘The public should be encouraged to register now instead of sitting back and hoping that the period will be extended or get discouraged because the process is slow.’
  • 56) ‘Orthodox Serbians are asking for the Christmas period to be extended but the borough council is sticking with tradition and taking down the decorations tomorrow.’
  • 57) ‘Schule added that Musser's probationary period had been extended for the M.D. to see what the new provincial guidelines would be.’
  • 58) ‘We've told the industry that the licensing program we put in place during the safeguard period will be extended.’
  • 59) ‘In turn, that will necessarily mean that the trauma inflicted on the victim by the legal system itself will be extended over a period of years.’
  • 60) ‘By law, children can stay at the temporary centre for up to three months, though that period can be extended in exceptional cases.’
  • 61) ‘The new lending period has been extended from two to three weeks.’
  • 62) ‘Mr Brennan pointed to the outturn of the decision which allows State aid to be extended from a period of three years to one of five years.’
  • 63) ‘If the move is a success, the eight-week period could be extended.’
  • 64) ‘In exceptional circumstances, the period can be extended, as it was for the highly complex Lockerbie bombing trial.’
  • 65) ‘A spokeswoman said the transition period had already been extended from the proposed three years.’
  • 66) ‘Mr Prescott would then have 21 days to reach a decision, although this period could be extended if necessary.’
  • 67) ‘Meanwhile for the individual events, the waiting period has been also extended from one year to two years.’
  • 68) ‘The period of detention was further extended for a short period before the man was released without charge.’
  • 69) ‘The screening period will be extended if there are enough viewers, but if not, the film's out.’
  • 70) ‘I am glad to see that the consultation period has been extended again.’
  • 71) ‘He was detained first for a six hour period which was then extended by a further eighteen hours.’
  • 72) ‘All the data can be kept for five years in the system and the saving period can be extended if needed.’
  • 73) ‘His left leg was extended straight, spread across the length of the table, while his right leg hung limply off the side, his foot slowly brushing across the floor.’
  • 74) ‘The soaring creature opened a large but blunt fist, extending its fingers their full length.’
  • 75) ‘Straighten your legs, extending your arms in front of you.’
  • 76) ‘Amy then extended her arms and spread her legs to increase wind resistance, and Kevin was able to catch up with her.’
  • 77) ‘Lie on your back, legs straight, and extend your arms overhead, stretching your hands and feet as far apart as possible.’
  • 78) ‘In supine poses the front of the body is extended as the arms stretch over the head.’
  • 79) ‘Begin by powerfully pulling the medicine ball/weight across your body, extending your arms in front of your torso, until you reach a point just outside your left hip.’
  • 80) ‘He could not take it any longer, and tried to push up my body extending his left arm.’
  • 81) ‘The outer arms were extended away from the body.’
  • 82) ‘She stopped, glaring deep into Sarah's eyes, she shifted her body, extended her arm and opened their way off the bus.’
  • 83) ‘When you extend your legs your body forms a V shape; when you lower your legs your feet form a V shape.’
  • 84) ‘Step two: clench your fists and extend your two thumbs.’
  • 85) ‘At the bottom of the motion, reverse direction by extending your legs and straighten back up to the start position, exhaling as you complete the movement.’
  • 86) ‘To make this move more challenging, maintain position and let go of your legs, extending arms straight in front of you, palms facing in.’
  • 87) ‘Grab a medicine ball with both hands and extend your arms straight out along the sides of your head and just above the floor.’
  • 88) ‘She suffered torn knee ligaments and a broken right heel and is unable to extend one leg fully 14 months after the accident.’
  • 89) ‘With her body hidden, she extended the hand with the bag towards the door.’
  • 90) ‘Before the operation his elbow was 17 degrees off straight which prevented him extending his arm fully; after the surgery the bend is down to 12 degrees.’
  • 91) ‘Holding the block, extend your legs straight up in the air so they your torso and legs make a 90-degree angle.’
  • 92) ‘Standing in an upright position, hold on to a chair for support, then extend your left leg straight behind you until you feel your buttock tighten.’
  • 93) ‘The study area currently extends 300 km off the east side of the Peron Peninsula and includes more than 600 animals.’
  • 94) ‘It has headroom of about 6.1 metres and a large secure yard area that extends 31.8 metres.’
  • 95) ‘The architect and the engineers developed a rigid ‘hollow tube’ design of closely spaced steel columns with floor trusses extending across to a central core.’
  • 96) ‘The central spine extends out the front to form a double volume entrance and out the back as a secondary entry point and change rooms for the outdoor sports.’
  • 97) ‘The Auk Formation is widespread in the UK Central North Sea and extends northwards into the southern Viking Graben.’
  • 98) ‘These two deserts dominate the eastern part of the country, and form part of an arid landscape extending into Central Asia and Pakistan.’
  • 99) ‘The rays extending from the central eye look a great deal like an alchemical symbol.’
  • 100) ‘The desert sands of central Western Australia extend right up to the coast at Shark Bay; there are no rivers and rainfall is extremely low.’
  • 101) ‘It has two large, bubble-shaped cavities that extend away from a central black hole.’
  • 102) ‘Motorists leaving Knock village are faced with a 100 kph limit on a stretch of road that extends 54 yards to the main N 17 by-pass road!’
  • 103) ‘Neurodegeneration, marked by extensive vacuolization, is especially prominent in the optic lobes of vacu flies but extends into the central brain as well.’
  • 104) ‘Continuous central tubular spongocoel extends upward from preserved early juvenile chambers to open at the top of the uppermost chambers in tallest specimens.’
  • 105) ‘Previous Chandra observations of the Perseus cluster showed two vast, bubble-shaped cavities in the cluster gas extending away from the central black hole.’
  • 106) ‘Decorative embellishments consist of two cobalt blue swags extending from a central round cobalt blue floral motif to the left and right handles.’
  • 107) ‘The eastern edge of the stand extended slightly beyond the limits of the larger trees that bordered the shoreline.’
  • 108) ‘The spine wall at this location thus functioned as a retaining wall, allowing the floors of the rooms to extend 1.50 m beyond the limits of the bedrock shelf.’
  • 109) ‘With the initial success of the Nuccaleena mine, many people believed that its copper deposits extended far beyond the limits covered by section 105.’
  • 110) ‘The Burren area extends some 40 kilometers from east to west and 30 kilometers from north to south.’
  • 111) ‘These residues expand a region extending from the C-terminus of S5 to the N-terminus of S6.’
  • 112) ‘This farm grain bin near Firth was typical of the storm damage that extended from central to eastern Nebraska.’
  • 113) ‘The flood area extended from central Devon Street down Brougham Street to the railway shunting yards.’
  • 114) ‘The damage extended about 250 yards across the compound.’
  • 115) ‘Flights are conducted during the day to minimise noise and cover an area which extends from mid-France to Denmark and from the United Kingdom to mid-Poland.’
  • 116) ‘Central Park extends from the 59th to the 106th Street.’
  • 117) ‘This extends east from central Java across to Papua.’
  • 118) ‘In recent years, China has been striving to build up its military and expand the scope of its maritime activity to cover an area that extends from the East China Sea as far as the western Pacific Ocean.’
  • 119) ‘Several hail storms damaged or destroyed fields in an area extending from western Nebraska south to central Kansas.’
  • 120) ‘Exploration of the structures of the back revealed extensive bruising with haemorrhage in the central back region extending over 8-9 centimetres.’
  • 121) ‘The screen extended from the central keyboards before the seats to well near the ceiling of the room, and it hummed contentedly with electric life.’
  • 122) ‘The alpine area to be covered by the study extends from Capilano River to Deep Cove with access points in Capilano, Lynn Valley and Seymour.’
  • 123) ‘The Universal Calibration Lattice extends from the central core of the human body to a distance of about two feet out and around the body and is a network of interconnecting energy strands formed of golden fibres of light.’
  • 124) ‘Palaeobiogeographers have considered it to be an equatorial seaway extending from Central America to South-East Asia, characterized by a distinctive fauna.’
  • 125) ‘One part of the distribution encompasses much of North America, a second part extends throughout Central America and a third part runs through eastern Asia.’
  • 126) ‘The path then extends across central Mexico and into the southern Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea before terminating in the central Atlantic.’
  • 127) ‘This extends then into Central and North Asia as a whole.’
  • 128) ‘The species inhabits a semi-continuous linear strip of seemingly similar habitat extending from Alaska to central Baja California, Mexico.’
  • 129) ‘At its height, the Ottoman Empire extended from Central Asia to North Africa, and it left its culinary mark on all the cultures it touched.’
  • 130) ‘Health care is a human right that extends to all people, including those who are HIV positive.’
  • 131) ‘Patients were recruited over four years, and the study could not have included more patients without extending to other healthcare districts and hospitals.’
  • 132) ‘While that may include the almost stereotypical use of cocaine, it also extends to amphetamines and ecstasy use.’
  • 133) ‘Their repertoire includes all colours of the classical spectrum as well as extending to jazz and country.’
  • 134) ‘He has this fascination with not following crowds, which extends to using the back streets wherever possible.’
  • 135) ‘Today, their concern is no longer for their next meal, it extends to empathy for those in distress.’
  • 136) ‘That team effort also extends to the many people who help fundraise for the Palliative Care Unit.’
  • 137) ‘Her range of hats extends to very special headgear from Milliner Philip Treacy.’
  • 138) ‘In short, Britain's trade in services is a huge success story which is scarcely ever told, and it extends to Asia.’
  • 139) ‘It extends to any kind of ecosystem, such as coasts, forests, plains and islands.’
  • 140) ‘Oddly enough, Dominic's love of dogs even extends to street dogs, and he often feeds them.’
  • 141) ‘The taming of nature extends to the skiing as well as the village.’
  • 142) ‘This extends to members of the public protecting their own property and to police officers in the execution of their duty.’
  • 143) ‘This extends to the law courts, housing, employment rights, planning permission, you name it.’
  • 144) ‘This apparently extends to attempting to ruin the careers of public servants.’
  • 145) ‘I like to think I have an open house, but I'm not so sure this extends to my bedroom.’
  • 146) ‘The range of ornamental furniture extends to cots, dressing tables and dining tables.’
  • 147) ‘His role even extends to shaping the brand's advertising campaigns and the look of its global network of stores.’
  • 148) ‘This aesthetic appreciation extends to previous writers on the subject.’
  • 149) ‘The embarrassment extends to discussing his work outside this building.’
  • 150) ‘And by extending a helping hand, you are extending yourself.’
  • 151) ‘We are extending a hand of peace on behalf of the whole region to you, and we hope that we will be able to create the momentum needed to resume fruitful and productive negotiations.’
  • 152) ‘While being introduced, your extended hand gesture is mimicked, and never returned.’
  • 153) ‘Well done John and all in the area extend our very best wishes and wish you many more hours of happy flying.’
  • 154) ‘His family, relations and many friends in the area extend their best wishes on him reaching such a significant milestone and hope he enjoyed the occasion.’
  • 155) ‘He is always welcome here, and I hope others will afford him the same courtesy that he extends to them.’
  • 156) ‘It's the sort of thing Mochrie extends to most of the improvisers he regularly shares a stage with.’
  • 157) ‘extend an invitation to attend a trade show, seminar, or conference.’
  • 158) ‘If the parents extend a wedding invitation and you have no address for the bride should you send the gift to the home of the parents?’
  • 159) ‘But he was willing to try, to extend himself to the utmost to finally reach peace and settle the long conflict.’
  • 160) ‘When helping someone extend yourself in the fullest way; offer a smile or a loving gesture.’
  • 161) ‘About 300 runners are expected to take part from club members to those who are taking regular exercise but just want to extend themselves.’
  • 162) ‘This questioning then logically extends itself to artistic forms, where, in black comedy, the most serious subjects are given, not a serious or tragic treatment, but a satirical and even farcical one.’
  • 163) ‘Education of the child does not stop at the classroom door, but extends itself from school, to the home, and out into the community.’
  • 164) ‘A word of advice: don't extend yourself out to other people so far that you start trying to feel their pain too.’
  • 165) ‘If you really want a teaching job, then you should be willing to extend yourself to get it.’
  • 166) ‘I'd been affected that way by records, and I wanted my own music and writing to extend themselves in that way.’
  • 167) ‘It is therefore our responsibility to extend ourselves to others.’
  • 168) ‘We empathize, extend ourselves, reach out in other ways.’
  • 169) ‘I try to do that as I extend myself out to the world.’
  • 170) ‘After mere survival, the primary activity of life is to create more life, to extend itself, to keep going, to procreate.’
  • 171) ‘To extend herself into her characters she must escape her own personality, but the result of the extension is to question whether such an escape is possible.’
  • 172) ‘By definition, a world religion extends itself geographically over ethnically and culturally distinct groups of people, and it persists over relatively long periods of time.’
  • 173) ‘The story begins with dysfunctional grandparents and extends itself to Mitchell's life in an unbroken line that will make students of social services work nod knowingly.’
  • 174) ‘As America's Army extends itself across the spectrum of operations, higher percentages of available forces will be committed.’
  • 175) ‘The subject is not a nugget of inner being that extends itself outward to others whom it never quite reaches.’
  • 176) ‘At its most pernicious level, this extends itself to careerism.’
  • 177) ‘And it extends itself far more broadly, it's not just opposition to war it's a lack of faith in the leaderships.’
  • 178) ‘Through hope, he extends himself into the future.’
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