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  • I trust we shall be able to enlarge this plan, and to spread its influence far about the country. Cited from Life of William Carey, by George Smith
  • Study the daily activity of any public official who depends on election and you can enlarge this list. Cited from Public Opinion, by Walter Lippmann
  • Two famous expeditions into the interior of the country did much to enlarge this knowledge. Cited from Introductory American History,by Bourne and Benton
  • I could enlarge this article with many like examples, but I think this may suffice. Cited from The Complete English Tradesman (1839 ed.), by Daniel Defoe
  • At the time they proposed to enlarge this, the principal street, it is said the fire broke out simultaneously at many points along the line. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine Vol. XVII. No. 101. May, 1876, by Various
  • I here make a plea of help to enlarge this Home. Cited from The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation
  • For our purposes, therefore, it is necessary to enlarge this definition. Cited from Current Superstitions, by Various
  • To enlarge this circle, Johnson, once more, had recourse to a literary club. Cited from Dr. Johnson's Works: Life, Poems, and Tales, Volume 1,by Samuel Johnson
  • They cause innumerable scandals, by reporting which I might enlarge this letter to great details. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 25, Ed. by Blair & Robertson
  • If, therefore, it were necessary to enlarge this factory, it is clear that twelve or eighteen presses would be worked with more economy than any number not a multiple of six. Cited from Economy of Machinery, by Charles Babbage
  • Numerous other seizures of illegal substances, made at breweries, might be advanced, were it necessary to enlarge this subject to a greater extent. Cited from Treatise on Adulterations of Food, and Culinary Poisons, Fredrick Accum
  • I could enlarge this sketch, such as it is; but to prose on to the end of the chapter might prove less profitable than tedious. Cited from Table-Talk, William Hazlitt
  • To enlarge this he scooped out the dirt with his fingers then reloaded the rifle and thrust it into the crevice. Cited from A Man Four-Square, by William MacLeod Raine
  • In attempting to enlarge this, the drill broke, the fragment remaining in the cavity, and defying every effort used for its removal. Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol. V, Feb, 1864, Number II, by Various
  • I had indeed at one time intended to enlarge this edition by essays on Boswell, Johnson, Mrs. Thrale, and perhaps on other subjects. Cited from Life Of Johnson, V1, by Boswell, ed. Birkbeck Hill
  • We must enlarge this question, to include the relation between the various spiritual forms, and solve it in the sense that in the unity of the spirit one cannot talk of cause and effect and of what comes first and what follows it in time. Cited from Aesthetic as Science of Expression,Benedetto Croce
  • Let us enlarge this proclivity into a national mission in as definite a movement, as thoroughly thought out as the evolution of the public school system, the formation of the Steel Trust, and the like. Cited from The Art Of The Moving Picture, by Vachel Lindsay
  • It has therefore appeared to me that to endeavour to produce or enlarge this capability is one of the best services in which, at any period, a Writer can be engaged; but this service, excellent at all times, is especially so at the present day. Cited from Lyrical Ballads, 1800, Vol. 1, by Wordsworth
  • The man who needs a little fuel for his own use, expends much labour in opening the neighbouring vein of coal; but to enlarge this, so as to double the product, is a work of comparatively small labour. Cited from The Slave Trade, Domestic And Foreign, By H. Carey
  • It has therefore appeared to me, that to endeavour to produce or enlarge this capability is one of the best services in which, at any period, a Writer can be engaged; but this service, excellent at all times, is especially so at the present day. Cited from The Prose Works of William Wordsworth, by William Wordsworth
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