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Against Tester’s record of action—which included a successful bill to enlarge the Bob Marshall Wilderness—Rosendale’s lip service came up woefully short.
WANT TO WIN IN MONTANA? IT'S THE ENVIRONMENT, STUPID.ELLIOTT D. WOODSOCTOBER 28, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Swell up slowly and enlarge, through the absorption of water.
THE ELEMENTS OF BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUEJOHN WILLIAM HENRY EYRE
I brought the whole party to the spot, and we had immediately to set to work to enlarge the well.
The wind is said to enlarge when it veers from the side towards the stern.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH
I do not enlarge upon the objections to the present system; it is not claimed to be reformatory.
THE LIFE, PUBLIC SERVICES AND SELECT SPEECHES OF RUTHERFORD B. HAYESJAMES QUAY HOWARD
By the way, my "enlarge" in the second paragraph means in thickness (amount of reading matter), not shape.
We have only to enlarge our conception and the same result follows.
AETHER AND GRAVITATIONWILLIAM GEORGE HOOPER
The mind seems to enlarge, the heart to expand, in the contemplation of so much of beauty and grandeur.
WILSON'S TALES OF THE BORDERS AND OF SCOTLAND, VOLUME 2ALEXANDER LEIGHTON
Was it not the design of my Master to enlarge my sphere of usefulness in his service?
BIOGRAPHY OF REV. HOSEA BALLOUMATURIN M. BALLOU
But it is unnecessary to enlarge upon a point of view which these pages admirably illustrate.
BROKEN HOMESJOANNA C. COLCORD
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