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wahyd lee

  • r  to a great degree
    her work is widely known
  • r  to or over a great extent or range; far
    he traveled widely
  • r  so as to leave much space or distance between
    widely separated

  • Now Keynes and his ideas, though they still make some people nervous, have been so widely accepted that they constitute both the new orthodoxy in the universities and the .
  • ROLAND MAGUNIA AFP Getty The allegations, widely reported by Turkish newspapers, are certainly as dark as anything Pamuk ever wrote.
  • But goading America into messing with him has so far proved to be a formula for success for Chavez, 51, who is widely expected to win re-election in December.
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  • Prevent Ants from Marching into Your Home This Summer
    Widely recognized as the top nuisance pest in America, ants are likely to make an appearance in many homes around the country this summer. The National Pest Management Association
    June 12, 2013 - Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance
  • Overdraft Protection May Do More Harm Than Good
    Overdraft costs on consumer checking accounts vary widely across financial institutions and often result in more costs and more involuntary account closures for consumers who opt into such coverage, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reported on Tuesday. "Consumers need to be able to anticipate and avoid unnecessary fees on their checking accounts," said CFPB Director Richard Cordray.
    June 12, 2013 - E-Commerce Times
  • Sarah Paulson's Invisible Dress Tricks the Trained Eye
    Isn't it a widely known rule of fashion that you should never wear anything that's the same color as your skin? Apparently Sarah Paulson missed that day of Style 101. Sure, the...
    June 11, 2013 - E! Online

  • Barack Obama in FOXNews
    Elena is widely regarded as one of the nation's foremost legal minds,Obama said, calling for the Senate to act in a swift and bipartisan fashion.
  • Edward Kennedy in Boston Globe
    There was another time, when another young candidate was running for president and challenging America to cross a new frontier. He faced criticism from the preceding Democratic president, who was widely respected in the party,Kennedy said,...
  • Mark Hughes in The Sun
    Hughes said: "Gareth is widely acknowledged as one of the top midfielders in the Premier League. When players of his quality become available then you have to be in the market for them, so we are delighted to conclude this deal. With Gareth we get...

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