Expanded

  • (adj): Increased in extent or size or bulk or scope.

Some articles on expanded:

Accordion (GUI)
... Each item can be "expanded" or "stretched" to reveal the content associated with that item ... There can be zero or more items expanded at a time, depending on the configuration ... The term stems from the musical accordion in which sections of the bellows can be expanded by pulling outward ...
Center For Student Missions - History
... CSM expanded to Chicago in 1992 and Washington, DC, year-round in 1993 ... CSM expanded to Houston in 1996, to Nashville and San Francisco in 1999, to Philadelphia in 2002, New York City in 2006 and Denver in 2009 ... In 2012, CSM expanded its ministry to Boston ...
List Of Agatha Christie's Poirot Episodes - Remaining Stories
... Additionally, a number of Poirot short stories were expanded into other stories or novels and have not been filmed in their original form ... Market Basing Mystery (1923) – the same plot-line was expanded and used for Murder In The Mews The Submarine Plans (1923) – later expanded into The Incredible Theft Christmas ...
Lafuma - History
1936, the company invented the metal-frame braced backpack, which expanded the group considerably ... In 1954 Lafuma expanded into camping furniture ... In 1985 the company expanded into sleeping bags, and in 1986 moved part of its production to Tunisia ...
Carbo-mer
... In organic chemistry, a carbomer is an expanded molecule obtained by insertion of a C2 unit in a given molecule ... one has the aromatic core of benzene expanded, and one has the hydrogen substituents expanded ... The substituted benzene derivative hexaethynylbenzene is a known compound, and the core-expanded molecule also exists, although with the hydrogen atoms replaced ...

Famous quotes containing the word expanded:

    The very nursery tales of this generation were the nursery tales of primeval races. They migrate from east to west, and again from west to east; now expanded into the “tale divine” of bards, now shrunk into a popular rhyme.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Pray for the Liberty of the Conscience to revive among us.... Religious bondage shackles and debilitates the mind and unfits it for every noble enterprize, every expanded prospect.
    James Madison (1751–1836)

    One could love reason like an Encyclopaedist and still be favorably inclined toward mysticism. Throughout the ages, up to the eyes of van Gogh, when he looked at a coffee pot or a garden path, mysticism has expanded the human realm by all sorts of threshold experiences.
    Robert Musil (1880–1942)