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elongation

ee lawng gay shuhn

  • n  the quality of being elongated
  • n  an addition to the length of something
  • n  the act of lengthening something

  • The official elongation of the name of Hillary Rodham Clinton suggests some of the effects achieved when customs of naming drift into the dangerous atmospheres of politics and .
  • Its hallmarks were the extreme grace and elongation of the figures and their twisting, flamelike pose, known as the figura serpentinata.
  • He thought of a soap bubble's elongation when its iridescent membrane is drawn swiftly through the air by a child.
News & Articles

  • Spurs' Parker says he hopes to play Game 4
    SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio Spurs star Tony Parker says his sore right hamstring has a "slight elongation" and that he hopes to play in Game 4 of the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat on Thursday night.
    June 21, 2013 - Everett Herald
Quotes

  • Atiku Abubakar in Turkish Daily News (subscription)
    We have seen how tinkering with the constitution to allow for tenure elongation in some African countries led to sit-tight dictatorships,Atiku told supporters at a rally on Thursday, later rebroadcast on state radio.
  • Phil Mickelson in Tampa Tribune
    Legs, lower back, stuff like that,Mickelson said. "It has helped the elongation through motion. It's like a pitcher when he throws. He can't get his arms into certain positions statically when he throws a baseball. It's the same thing,...
  • Gani Fawehinmi in AllAfrica.com
    Gani said: "Obi should have filed a petition, having been disqualified, to the Election Petition Tribunal in Awka, praying the Tribunal amongst other reliefs, for tenure elongation since the Constitution in Section 285 has vested in that Tribunal...

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