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expandable

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  • s  able to expand or be expanded
  • s  (of gases) capable of expansion

  • At a paramedic's suggestion, he took his expandable baton and pried apart the bull shark's jaws.
  • The idea is to become a populist icon behind a brand that is expandable to any number of consumer businesses.
  • One innovator, iControl, combines wireless monitoring with easy Web access and a little home automation in an interesting and expandable system.
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  • Heinz Fischer in guardian.co.uk
    The EU is certainly not limitlessly expandable,Mr Fischer told the Wiener Zeitung. "Many of the problems we are struggling with today, including unemployment, are seen by numerous Austrians as connected to EU membership."
  • Rob Enderle in E-Commerce Times
    What lit a fire under the small form factor model is the need for expandable laptops,Enderle told TechNewsWorld. "The goal is to produce smaller, more powerful and less expensive to run desktops that are designed to be highly expandable."
  • Timothy Geithner in ABC News
    Dedicated music keys, expandable memory, movie watching and moviemaking capabilities, plus all of the essential business tools, are just the beginning - the E6 is truly the ultimate entertainment PDA. The new MOTOROKRâ„¢ handset offers you a... Abhishek Bachchan http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abhishek_Bachchan&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGXeE3ZIzaZuo3GgOp05x0krmUBSw Moneycontrol.com http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.moneycontrol.com/india/news/pressnews/motorola/styleintomobile/market/stocks/article/273337&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH4e6lKGAVqyBw5Ol573EKaZ4weBQ Mar 26, 2007 35212 44812 expanded We will closely and regularly monitor the appreciation of the renminbi and will continue to work toward expanded US export opportunities in China," he said.

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