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  • r  in an impressively expansive manner
    she managed to live rather expansively on her modest income
  • r  in an ebullient manner

  • Gesturing expansively with a pale Corona, General Yang welcomed alert California reporters.
  • His only instructions to the new couple were to eat, multiply and live as expansively as possible.
  • Sounding a bit like the Great Helmsman, Reagan expansively predicted that Americans can "expect great leaps in their quality of life in the next century.
News & Articles

  • Martin 'could have been me'
    President Obama implored Americans on Friday to "do some soul searching" following the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Florida, speaking expansively and introspectively about the nation's painful history of race and his own place in it.
    July 20, 2013 - Philly.com
  • Obama confronts race in America
    By The Washington Post President Obama implored Americans on Friday to “do some soul searching” about the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Florida, speaking expansively and ...
    July 20, 2013 - The Mckeesport Daily News
Quotes

  • Alanis Morissette in Reuters
    I am a big fan of Philip K. Dick's poetic and expansively imaginative books,Morissette said. "I feel blessed to portray Sylvia, and to be part of this story being told in film."
  • Rocky Elsom in Blacktown Sun
    The Test was very physical and very taxing,Elsom said. "It was definitely a lot harder than the Ireland Test. They had the ball for a long time, and they played very expansively. That meant a lot of running. So I think the guys were...
  • Mathew Tait in Sportinglife.com
    Tait said: "We both like to play the game expansively and I'd like a bit more ball in the attack. Unfortunately, you've not really seen that over the last few weeks. Last week that was testament to how the French defended. It was difficult to move...

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