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  • The city also has an extensive library system, both public and university.
  • The region has experienced extensive changes over the years, starting after the battle.
  • When the damage was not extensive one was able to continue using the machine.
  • The damage was extensive, with few parts of the early church remaining.
  • Life science is a key sector with extensive research and development activities.
  • The rail network throughout Germany is extensive and provides excellent service in most areas.
  • It also has an environmental department and an extensive social assistance program.
  • The president also has extensive powers over military policy.
  • American defense arrangements with Canada are more extensive than with any other country.
  • Performers may know only one song, or may know an extensive library of songs.
  • There is an extensive series of river systems in the Northern Territory.
  • Use of water power in the form of water mills was extensive.
  • After extensive testing, it was determined that early administration is critical to success.
  • Most C programs make extensive use of all three.
  • Both countries have had extensive contact over the years.
  • There is an extensive bridge literature on the choice of opening leads.
  • The film had unique sounds that required extensive recording from the crew.
  • He also has extensive knowledge of pressure points.
  • It is co-extensive with the old county.
  • It was a liberal piece of legislation, and offered extensive language and cultural rights.
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Words starting with extensive

Meaning of extensive

  • adjective Of agriculture; increasing productivity by using large areas with minimal outlay and labor
    producing wheat under extensive conditions, agriculture of the extensive type