enlargement

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  • Thus, enlargement was no longer a question of if, but when and how.
  • Do we have to choose between good relations with Russia and further enlargement?
  • The most important investment carried out over the last few years is the enlargement of the local hospital.
  • These were all part of the second phase of the enlargement project.
  • It was the first Commission since the first enlargement at the start of the year.
  • The minister said a project concerning the enlargement of the territory had been launched.
  • This has seen many people having to sell their homes to the development corporation of that enlargement.
  • Further development and major enlargement took place during the subsequent century, most notably during the early 1960s.
  • An enlargement of the village started after the end of the 18th century.
  • Other major design changes included the enlargement of the fuel tanks on the first stage.
  • Many different techniques can be used during the enlargement process.
  • He also stated that "enlargement is not possible in the current situation."
  • The obvious solution was to use a larger film so that less enlargement would be needed.
  • This fact combined with the limited size of the building site may render the enlargement plans impossible.
  • A second reason was the enlargement of the scope of the institute into new research areas.
  • The city under Spanish rule continued to grow, requiring enlargement of the city walls.
  • These member states were gradually joined by others through various waves of enlargement and became the European Union.
  • Once de Gaulle had left office, the door to enlargement was once again opened.
  • The enlargement has never been been build-up and its soil isn't suitable for agricultural use.
  • The original enlargement of the image at the left is full of rich detail on all parts of the picture.
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Words starting with enlargement

Meaning of enlargement

  • noun The state of being enlarged
  • noun A photographic print that has been enlarged