How To Use Wide In A Sentence

  • In my view his confrontational, gladiatorial style has been a major contributor to the widespread disdain of the British public for politicians generally. Times, Sunday Times
  • The scale of the economic gulf between the two parties came as two polls yesterday showed that the election remained wide open. Times, Sunday Times
  • First to unfold were the two 14-foot-wide drogue chutes, which oriented the craft and continued slowing it.
  • Schedule 3 comprises a number of toxic or precursor chemicals with widespread industrial uses, such as phosgene, hydrogen cyanide, phosphorus trichloride and thionyl chloride.
  • So spake he, and Athene was mightily angered at heart, and chid Odysseus in wrathful words: ‘Odysseus, thou hast no more steadfast might nor any prowess, as when for nine whole years continually thou didst battle with the Trojans for high born Helen, of the white arms, and many men thou slewest in terrible warfare, and by thy device the wide-wayed city of Priam was taken. Book XXII
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  • One Mercedes engineer estimated that, worldwide, up to 50,000 vehicles may have to be repaired, which is a blow for a company which prides itself on reliability and quality. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • Competition between siblings for resources is widespread in the broods of altricial birds.
  • All of which leads us to the world wide web. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wildlife Watching Supplies stock a wide range of materials, olive green or camouflage pattern, lightweight, medium and heavy weight, showerproofed polycotton and waterproof nylon.
  • The emphasis will continue to be on prod-ucts that gain the widest appeal and most acceptance within this group.
  • The poll was widely discredited after allegations of ballot rigging.
  • He urged booksellers to cooperate to form a nationwide chain of ecumenical book outlets that would be well-funded and professionally run.
  • Between 1906 and 1907, this wide-ranging businessman established steam-powered tramways in various localities across Japan.
  • The virus can actually destroy those white blood cells, leaving the body wide open to attack from other infections.
  • The portrait, reputed to be the most widely reproduced photograph in the world, has come to symbolize not just the ideals of the Cuban revolution but of revolution in general.
  • This is the northernmost and wettest of the central Asian depressions, remnants of a Tertiary era inland sea, with relict glaciers, glacier lakes and a wide variety of rock types, the result of a long series of successive eras of deposition and orogeny. Uvs Nuur Basin, Russian Federation, Republic of Tuva and Mongolia
  • He travelled widely in pursuit of his ornithological passion, making many new discoveries. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD
  • For centuries, scholars have squabbled over the design of the ship, which was crucial to defeating the Persians in the Battle of Salamis in 480 B.C., part of a wider war that included the fight at Thermopylae dramatized in the film "300. Epic Struggle: Fans Fight to Revive an Oar-Powered Greek Warship
  • There has been no trend in tropical cyclone intensity or frequency worldwide. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tessa Morris-Suzuku of Australian National University perhaps the most widely known Australian historian of Japan presented a paper on colonial Karafuto, one of many topics she is currently researching. 2007: Japan Top Ten Year in Review
  • Northampton was another elegant county town and regional market centre and was known far and wide for its horse fairs.
  • But on the gender front, the sex ratio among children up to age 6 dropped to 914 girls for each 1,000 boys from 927 a decade ago, showing that female foeticide continues to be a widespread practice because of a traditional preference in some communities for boys. India Passes 1.2 Billion Mark
  • That's because Olympic contests are played on a wider ice rink that opens up the game and gives the elite players space to be creative.
  • He swung the door wide open in a parody of welcome.
  • Beyond affecting the humans and wildlife that call the area home, the Arctic's warmer temperatures and decreases in permafrost, snow cover, glaciers and sea ice also have wide-ranging consequences for the physical and biological systems in other parts of the world. Arctic is warming, NOAA report says
  • It is now widely recognised that there are uncertainties in determining both R and D. Uncertainties in D (loads/demand) are due to the fact that they may vary depending on location and time (eg. there are no snow loads in summer, change of use). 2009 January - Telic Thoughts
  • These works have subsequently become the most widely performed and appreciated in the Boyce repertoire.
  • It cannot be a good sign that the filmmakers are largely impervious to the insecurity and suffering of wide layers of the population.
  • What they find could provide clues to what might happen worldwide if ozone depletion continues.
  • But, as soon as that box landed, as soon as he delved in and lifted out his brassie and his spoon and his cleek, Reid did not have a single complaint in the whole wide world.
  • She wants to buy her friend the very best present in the whole wide world.
  • The wide planing hull lends stability for easy shots down tough rapids, and the boat's upturned bow makes punching through big holes a cinch.
  • It was the force of global industry that cemented the worldwide tendency for driving on the right.
  • Documents with extra-wide margins are now displayed in a browser with a horizontal scroll bar.
  • The event will highlight the wide range of academic, commercial and technical know-how available to firms.
  • He is fond of pointing out how esoteric this debate is to the wider public.
  • Outside of what we term pit and dress circle is a partition, three or four feet high, dividing them from a promenade ten or fifteen feet wide. Shadow and Light An Autobiography with Reminiscences of the Last and Present Century
  • The initial lift of the bar targets the lower back and thickens the erectors, the middle part of the lift widens the barn-door lats, and the squeeze and lockout at the top emphasize the upper back.
  • From multinational corporations to pushcarts, there is a wide variety to choose from in terms of foodstuffs.
  • The bold provisionality and elegant openness of Merz's installations, as well as his own freewheeling personal presence and oracular writings, helped make him the most widely recognized of all the Arte Povera artists.
  • The apparently unabating national and household poverty is widely debated.
  • PAUL LEPAGE, Republican governor of Maine, ordering a 36-ft.-wide mural in a government building depicting Maine's labor history to be painted over TIME.com: Top Stories
  • The river up which we came after leaving the Helmund, is fully equal to that in size; it is very rapid: the ravine is very narrow, occasionally widening into swardy spots. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • With a wide and varied selection of events, displays and performances, the festival captures the spirit of Yeats's works and the imagination of Sligo audiences.
  • Through their work, the fruits of biblical scholarship were disseminated to an ever-widening audience.
  • It is generally longer than it is wide and its floor slopes downwards towards a junction either with another valley or a plain.
  • The topics in those categories that were less widely dispersed throughout the curriculum included stereochemistry, drug design, drug nomenclature, natural products and biotechnology.
  • Not to mention the expression suite-ing that results in the physical indistinguishability of voles across such a wide range of C-values. A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers
  • And when he knelt he found her squatting, in the far corner underneath, and in the slatted dark, saw only her eyes, wide and white. Gabbie Zombie
  • Reliable statewide estimates of the specific offense distribution of California's probationers are not available.
  • The rotorcraft rose and wheeled in a wide arc, gaining height. KARA KUSH
  • The case has attracted wide publicity.
  • This appears to be a reasonable choice for the threefold channel, which is formed by wide vestibules and has only a short neck region.
  • The place has its own state-of-the-art winery, its own cooperage to ensure flavour and complexity, its own chef to educate consumers on the perfect blend of food and wine. It's all part of a worldwide trend.
  • He had a shock of brown curls and a wide mouth. Times, Sunday Times
  • Deuterium is a relatively insensitive nucleus because it has a low gyromagnetic ratio and the spectral intensity is generally spread over an extremely wide frequency range due to the quadrupole interaction.
  • International relations examines the political relations between countries and the dynamics within the worldwide system of states.
  • Let us not lose track of the fact that she is a fringe extremist with as much chance of winning state-wide election as Mel Gibson has of winning a commendation from the National Organization of Women. Dylan Brody: Christine O'Donnell Is Just a Stalking Horse in Cute Pumps
  • But this volume considerably expands our understanding by widening the regional sphere of comparison and by taking on board issues of secrecy, cultural heritage and museology.
  • The report said mobile phone networks worldwide were likely to have 1.6 billion subscribers by the end of this year.
  • Police have launched a nationwide hunt for the killer.
  • The original building consisted of a wide perimeter block bisected by a pair of transverse wings to form three narrow internal patios.
  • It widely considered the president's attempt to save a sliver of his otherwise, rather soily international legacy. Archive 2008-11-01
  • The collegers came from a wide social range, though conditions in College were bad and the boys much neglected until the reforms brought in by Provost Hodgson (1840-53).
  • Hard graft and study of the score allowed him to master a wide repertoire without nationality kinships questioning his ability to conduct music from all periods.
  • The work of the Hard-Edge painters, their first collective exhibition catalog in 1959 asserted, runs counter to a widespread contemporary belief in the primary value of emotion and intuition in esthetic experience … the [Hard-Edge painter] is not preoccupied with art as an opportunity to make autobiographical statements. California Cool
  • He's described as being ‘a wide man, ample girth’ and I thought it would be interesting to play a fat man.
  • But it did it and I'm quite surprised that the celebration, the bicentenary of this amazing event was not more widely publicised - it did appear in one of the English newspapers.
  • The plagues of aggressive nationalism, racism, chauvinism, xenophobia, anti-semitism and ethnic tension are still widespread.
  • China supplies at least 95% of the world's rare earths -- 17 chemical elements with hard-to-pronounce names such as praseodymium and yttrium -- essential for a wide range of high-tech devices and green technologies. IndustryWeek Forums - Chain Reactions
  • The diploma course would offer remote access to course materials via the Internet's world wide web.
  • She contends that U.S. officials overreacted, rather than dealing pragmatically with adoption procedures in a country where poverty and a long-running insurgency fueled widespread child abandonment, impaired record-keeping, and hampered official investigative capabilities. Despite Hurdles, Families Pursue Nepal Adoptions
  • They approached the first crossroad and turned right, the road soon becoming smoother and wider as the trees started to thin.
  • We are particularly interested in the potential of specialisation and disaggregation, nowadays increasingly utilised by better banks worldwide.
  • Research opportunities exist in a wide range of pure and applied areas of entomology.
  • The northernmost point of land, the islet of Y’Ami in the Batan Islands, is separated from Taiwan by the Bashi Channel (c. 50 mi/80 km wide). Philippines
  • So maybe BP isn't the best example yet, but clearly businesses that embrace principles of social entrepreneurship--discovering how to "unstick" society when it has gotten stuck, by changing the system--are having widespread impact in making the new buzzphrase "social value" the litmus test for success for not only social entrepreneurs but profit-oriented businesses, too. Marian Salzman: Reinvention, Part II
  • A recent customer survey showed widespread ignorance about the availability of organic food.
  • His first pitch was high and wide.
  • The fresh sausage most widely eaten is fresh pork sausage.
  • One in 10 asthma deaths in Scotland is due to inadequate treatment and widespread ignorance of the condition among health staff, a damning new report has revealed.
  • The two sides remain sharply polarised, and periodic attempts to bridge the wide gulf between them have fizzled out.
  • Although she enjoys the aesthetic value of wild flowers, her reason for encouraging their widespread growth is principally scientific.
  • The strike call, however, was reportedly not widely observed.
  • Black, a popular color at this time, accents her turret and frontlet, collar, cuffs, and wide hem. Fashion in Art: Medieval France and the Netherlands
  • The treaty usually took place in the dishevelled drawing-room, after a round of the widely parted chambers, where frowzy beds, covered with frowzy white counterpanes, stood on frowzy carpets or yet frowzier mattings, and dusty windows peered into purblind courts. London Films
  • Most babies can digest a wide range of food easily.
  • The divided and conquered nature of the country has made it easy for oil to be tapped without raising the ire of countries worldwide.
  • It is therefore essential that they properly monitor the growth of broad money together with the build-up of wider inflationary risks. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was the first time even the back room was full, and though that may be what every owner wants, two waiters sleepwalked through our room with eyes wide shut, ignoring everyone to their left and right.
  • The wide expanse of floor between the two areas was pale, marble patterned tile.
  • To improve the ambience of the village, they cleared the wild growth and widened the roads.
  • Some species with large mouths and small bills, such as nighthawks, whip-poor wills, and the aptly named frogmouth owls, open their bills wide as they fly into insects, and the prey is captured in the birds’ gaping maws.
  • With an open goal in front of him, Wiltord sliced his shot wide of the left post.
  • They also arrange satellite communications and provide other services for their vessels worldwide.
  • All of the information collated here is part of a wider investigation currently being pursued by a number of media outlets.
  • Meanwhile, what I think as a longtime recreational striper angler is this: (1) Make stripers gamefish coast-wide with no commercial fishing or sale of wild stripers at all. Uncategorized Blog Posts
  • Large "fandoms" erupt around popular anime series, widely read books like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings, and cult movies like The Matrix.
  • He had the brightest blue eyes and a wide toothy grin.
  • According to the Civil Aviation Authority, he strayed into a two-mile wide no-fly zone over Heysham nuclear power station.
  • Assuming of course (4) that Germany, which wants to revise the Lisbon Treaty to apply the new rules EU-wide, and France, which wants nothing to do with a re-opening of the Treaty and therefore wants the fines to apply only in euroland, can resolve their differences. Euroland Should Prepare for More Ups and Downs in Its Yo-Yo Economy
  • The tree is native to South America but is widely cultivated throughout the tropics.
  • She felt her eyes widen; undirected, her hands spread over his chest as he drew her to him. THE PROMISE IN A KISS
  • I ` d like to see it minus bodywork to see if it ` s got smaller wheels than the big old hoops normal for the period, cos i reckon even tho the bodywork is quite wide, full lock would find large dia. wheels causing a few problems. 1930 Art Deco Henderson
  • The water gurgled and purled, loudly at first, then softly, as a powerful foot-wide whirlpool took shape.
  • WEIL: I would recommend -- you know, one thing you might experiment with is glucosamine, which is a supplement widely available that may help rebuild cartilage in your knee. CNN Transcript Jan 13, 2004
  • John Wesley edited an abridged edition and used it widely to support his sermons.
  • Like the soapbox speakers, the cafeterias offered working-class people places to debate and discuss a wide range of issues.
  • It is widely regarded as an architectural disaster, aesthetically unpleasing and out of keeping with the rest of the College.
  • The 5m film had its world premiere there and was widely praised.
  • Like a widening conveyer belt it scraped away more and more of the hillsides and carried off the debris.
  • Internet Sportsbooks offer a wide variety of betting options vem var john bauer sandy milliman telia tequila procol harem chrismons tred barta barbie in igre AC-Power Sources, 500 and xml's Blinklist.com
  • Finally we were outside and he was walking beside me in his favourite cloak that made him look like a captain, something he had always wanted to be and his wide brimmed hat with the feather plume.
  • This restaurant offers a buffet with a wide selection of traditional boerekos such as tomato bredie, chicken pie and a lavish carvery, as well as Malay curries and bobotie. Muti
  • In addition to weekly episodes of our human rights broadcast, we were also producing 'fortnightly' (a word we had picked up from Anita and begun to employ widely!) editions of Body Shop Television -- a unique, in-store television magazine devoted to internal communication among Body Shop employees and managers. Rory O'Connor: There Was Nothing Like This Dame
  • Her dress is of dark blue silk with a low-cut neck and a wide embroidered collar. PERDITA: The Life of Mary Robinson
  • I don't know what Dave means by "episcopacy" either, but there's widespread scholarly agreement that the monarchical episcopate wasn't universal early on. Triablogue
  • It also referred to what it called "extraordinarily challenging world-wide economic conditions" and higher raw material prices. BBC News - Home
  • He has read widely in the archives, and listened afresh to the music of the period.
  • Then, widening our focus, we looked at Lugbara witchcraft and the ancestor cult which complements and completes it.
  • Thankfully, though, I believe that the Scottish art world has wider horizons than such navel-gazing, self-pitying introspection.
  • Whether these are in widely different subjects, or whether they just stay within the confines of a traditional subject grouping, is yet to be resolved.
  • The point is we felt that all agencies had a fair opportunity to sell the property, that we tapped a wide spectrum of potential buyers, and came out of the deal satisfied with the overall marketing effort.
  • The government has been widely blamed for the crisis.
  • The small head is solid gold in colour, with a happy, playful expression, wide square jaw and a red beard.
  • Kazzer was a big deal before anybody even knew who he was - in the months preceding the release of his first CD, Pedal to the Metal, he was already on a Canada-wide tour to promote his brand of good-time rock & hip-hop.
  • The result of such rack-rent can only be evil, —abuse and neglect of the soil, deterioration in the character of the laborers, and a widespread sense of injustice. VIII. Of the Quest of the Golden Fleece.
  • In 1918 he chaired a war memorials committee and organized nationwide pyrotechnic displays in celebration of the armistice.
  • Juno Beach was six miles wide and the Germans had fortified the area immediately behind the beach.
  • The Tomlinson report's description of the inadequacy of primary and community health services in London commands widespread agreement.
  • I NOTICE that apart from the widespread complaint that the German pilotless planes ‘seem so unnatural’ (a bomb dropped by a live airman is quite natural, apparently), some journalists are denouncing them as barbarous, inhumane, and ‘an indiscriminate attack on civilians’. As I Please
  • A wide range of colours and patterns are available.
  • Several factors suggest caution before widely generalizing our findings.
  • Illiteracy is widespread among the poor.
  • Once wide awake, even enterprising, they slowly become dilatory, leaden, slow, laggard, and lumpish.
  • Sometime snooker world champion, perpetually in the tabloids for his substance-assisted high jinks, he's the quintessence of Essex wide-boy.
  • Pickles has earned widespread plaudits since taking office for his energetic and radical approach to reforming local government. Times, Sunday Times
  • What he has to accept is that this is not how he was widely perceived on arrival. Times, Sunday Times
  • The U.S. was so pre-eminent in military power as to be unchallengeable in any serious way, but it was also widely admired and emulated.
  • Prior to European settlement (pre-1850), a wide variety of disturbances characterized the region, ranging from frequent small-scale and localized events such as treefall gaps to rare, large-scale events such as stand-replacing fires and epizootic outbreaks. Eastern Cascades forests
  • At this stage, as Hawks monopolised possession, their fans were calling for the ball to go wide.
  • A mark of the confusion attending the rescue operation came when it was widely reported that five firefighters, trapped for two days in the rubble, had been freed from their concrete tomb.
  • If this approach has a drawback, it is that the zealous pursuit of the founding principle—disinterring the buried life, stamped under the sod by conniving male partners—sometimes obscures the fact that not a great deal gets added to the wider cultural landscape it is bent on illuminating. A Far From Model Marriage
  • With more than 50 million Larsson books sold world-wide, publishers scrambled to anoint his literary heir—preferably a political and prolix Scandinavian. Tattooed by Politics
  • The company has manufacturing or distribution operations in 33 countries worldwide.
  • By resorting to nonwar means of achieving his objectives, he would earn worldwide acclamation and gratitude by letting peace prevail, following the wise old saying, "Discretion is the better part of valor. Mail Call: Show Us The Proof
  • They will also be racing on the wider expanses of a course that offers a much fairer test of ability than the tight turns and short straight at the Valley.
  • It was a driveway that narrowed at the road, then widened as gracefully as stemware.
  • There was widespread speculation that she was going to resign.
  • Both sides offered wide explanatory power going beyond the facts at hand, both had strong supporting evidence but both also were confronted with anomalies. Science, Technology, and Social Change
  • He was muttering incessantly to himself, as if delighted at having found his tongue, his head swaying on his shoulders, and a strange murmur, soft, birdlike, meaningless, like sounds heard from a vast distance, coming from his wide-open mouth. Vandover and the Brute
  • A wide area of coastal plains extends across the western seaboard, a region of phosphate mining and the cultivation of citrus, olives, tobacco, and grains.
  • The Journal is the most widely cited of all malacological journals and publishes papers dealing with all aspects of the study of molluscs.
  • abstractness," of science, it also accounts for its wide and free range of fruitful novel applications in practice. Democracy and Education: an introduction to the philosophy of education
  • Whelks are widely distributed, but are commercially exploited in only some regions.
  • They are widely known as martyers in Germany and once a week we must pay homage to them by giving them maccaroni art. hamletwildie Diary Entry
  • Nyco has an extensive worldwide agent/distributor network to warehousing materials worldwide for customer just-in-time delivery.
  • Because of the widespread use of this Worcester sauce to flavour other foods, we may find further affected products.
  • Needle Works Acupuncture is widely used in human alternative medicine.
  • He admitted in a nationwide radio broadcast on Friday that he is addicted to prescription pain medication.
  • The stalks grow pale and wide, the flavour mellow yet powerful and tangy. Times, Sunday Times
  • But a wide range of genetic screening will rise to a series of social problems.
  • One of two episodes to be presented in widescreen, the pilot introduces the Browns and the rest of the Everwood folk.
  • Concealed carry is driving both nationwide handgun sales and manufacturer's R&D efforts.
  • A man named Mario Valdés, today widely believed to have been a federal spy, succeeded in penetrating the rebel ranks. Cristero Rebellion: part 2: the combat phase
  • (PLAYG) A highly contagious disease, such as bubonic plague, that spreads quickly throughout a population and causes widespread sickness and death. plague
  • The Bush doctrine is being evoked as a template for conflict resolution worldwide.
  • Allegorical Saying ( Xiehouyu ) is an idiom that is widely used, popular, jocular and vivid sentence.
  • Among the projects that will be jumpstarted with this new funding are the Midtown Tunnel tube in Norfolk, the extension of HOV/HOT Lanes on I95/395 and the widening of I-66 in Northern Virginia, work on the Coalfields Expressway in Southwest Virginia, and the widening and improving of multiple sections of Route 58 in southern and western Virginia. UPDATED: Key Democratic panel approves McDonnell's transportation plan
  • The three of them sat in the wide wicker chairs on the front porch, watching as the sun set.
  • Matcham's theatres were widely disparaged by architects.
  • There is also fresh evidence of the widespread rejection of GM foods by consumers.
  • The hospice model of care is now espoused as a model of excellence and has led to a worldwide hospice movement aspiring to deliver high quality care to dying patients.
  • Thus, developing a vaccine directed against one or a few capsular polysaccharides may not be widely effective.
  • The stores that faced out into the streets did so with wide, gaping maws created by the shattered state of their glass windows.
  • Computers are now widely and fruitfully used in classrooms throughout Europe.
  • British influence, with wooden jalousies, wide porches, and patterned railings and fretwork, dominated urban architecture in the colonial period.
  • The goshawk's tail is long, but wider than those of the other accipiters; this is the best way to distinguish a Goshawk from a Cooper's Hawk.
  • Those of us who remember the 1970s recall the frolics sparked by America’s last great experiment with widespread price caps – namely, those on oil and natural gas. Day Two: the Speaker and House Majority Leader Back Away from ObamaCare | RedState
  • People's attitude towards the president varies widely.
  • When we glance over the history of flagellation and realize that, though whipping as a punishment has been very widespread and common, there have been periods and lands showing no clear knowledge of any sexual association of whipping, it becomes clear that whipping is not necessarily an algolagnic manifestation. Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 3 Analysis of the Sexual Impulse; Love and Pain; The Sexual Impulse in Women
  • Under the new proposals, the degree of margin reduction for cane refiners is around two-and-a-half times greater than that for beet producers, so that the competitive imbalance between beet and cane producers would be widened.
  • The hairline crack split wider as a burst of green energy shot forth through it.
  • A wide belt publicizes a big gut, so keep that it mind.
  • The Laramie Basin ecoregion is a wide intermontane valley, dominated by mixed-grass prairie. Ecoregions of Wyoming (EPA)
  • Following Simpson, Newell mentioned the example of the relatively wider limb bones of larger land vertebrates.
  • As we celebrate this milestone anniversary, transitioning to third-generation family leadership and innovation are keys to continuing success in serving retailers nationwide," says Joe Cory, Sr., said a spart of the announcement. Dealerscope News
  • Some manufacturers also started producing telescopes with interchangeable eyepieces, giving a choice of fixed focus or zoom and, later, wide-angle.
  • However, it said the 7,980 small-to-medium sized wide-body deliveries expected during that window would be worth $2.3 trillion. Times, Sunday Times
  • Blondel's smile widened into a wicked grin.
  • His conceit and awful orange hair will carry on enthralling a worldwide audience.
  • The belief that acid secretion declines with advancing age has been widespread.
  • But he said the county, with its lakes and mountains, had an eminently marketable image that could play well with the wider public.
  • Case said the rocks are in glass cases, and are pock-marked black tektite; one is tear-dropped shaped and about 3.5 inches long by 1.25 inches wide, and a half an inch thick. Searching for Moon Rocks Here on Earth | Universe Today
  • He remains strong in the polls as Canada has suffered less from the worldwide Quebec, with 23% of the national population, its distinctive French-language ( "francophone") culture, angered the western provinces by wielding undue influence on the Federal Government and its repeated threats to national unity. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • There was widespread destruction on the island of Sant’ Elena, where an even larger disaster was narrowly averted by when the twister nearly struck a crowded vaporetto moored at a pontile. A Tornado in Venice
  • Barcelona used its Games in 1992 to implement a wide-ranging urban renewal plan, transforming a decaying industrial city into a sought-after tourist destination.
  • We'll cut the plywood three inches wider and higher than your measurements to get the overlap we need. SAN ANDREAS
  • In the TK 105 turret, for daytime operations, the commander is provided with wide field episcopes and a 360° panoramic M389 sight with x 2 and x 8 magnifications.
  • Saber-toothed cats, mastodons, giant sloths, woolly rhinos, and many other big, shaggy mammals are widely thought to have died out around the end of the last ice age, some 10,500 years ago.

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