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lengthening

leng thuh ning

  • n  the act of prolonging something
  • v  make longer
  • v  become long or longer

  • They started scanning a lengthening roster of relatives, wondering how long autism had shadowed their family.
  • Since he started offering cosmetic leg-lengthening a few years ago, he has performed more than 600 operations.
  • To the lengthening list of conditions in which reputable medical men now believe that hypnosis may be useful, a psychiatrist last week added cancer.
News & Articles

  • AT&T extends upgrade period to two years
    AT&T is following in the footsteps of its chief rival by lengthening the period customers must remain on contract before they can upgrade their devices. An anonymous source tipped Engadget to the carrier's decision, which will limit customers to upgrading their devices only when they've reached the full duration of their contracts. Prior to the policy shift, the upgrade period was 20 months ...
    June 9, 2013 - MacNN
Quotes

  • Jerry Brown in Bizjournals.com
    Companies must take every reasonable step to assure that the products they handle are safe for children and their families,Brown said in a news release. "Despite the lengthening global supply chain, every company that does business in this...
  • Nicola Roxon in The Australian
    So we don't expect it will necessarily translate into an immediate lengthening of the queues at the public hospitals, as some people seem to be scaremongering about,Ms Roxon said.
  • Sir Alex Ferguson in Times Online
    Ferguson said: "They have agreed new deals. It continues our policy of lengthening contracts at the right time and keeps the continuity of the first-team squad going."

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