Thesaurus / broad


The move combines two large players to offer a broad range of services, from PR to marketing and online customer engagement.
Self-talk, it turns out, is a much broader and more nuanced phenomenon than just telling yourself that you can do it.
Any group — even one with views outside the mainstream — that can seize control of a political party can count on the broad support of partisans for that party.
The school issued a statement Wednesday saying it had fielded only a broad inquiry from the GOP, with no discussions about the number of parking spaces needed or the rental cost.
Since a 2016 attempted coup threatened to remove him from power, thousands of Turkish academics, military members, and journalists have been prosecuted under broad anti-terrorism laws.
These research advances in trying to tackle NASH offer a glimpse of the broader progress scientists believe they’re making in addressing the multiple dangerous conditions that stem from the dysmetabolic state.
As she described the nucleus and the nucleolus in her distinct Austrian accent, her face lit up with a broad smile, further embedding the concepts into my heart and brain.
Others still believe the term can be used to describe both goals, or use it simply as a broader call for accountability.
To do a better job in the spring, she suggests that schools double down on public health measures and civic engagement with both students and broader communities.
You wouldn’t know it from watching these broadcasts—or the broader hand-wringing about the divided country—but the center-right stasis in America is pretty strong.


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