Some articles on extended:
... For Tomorrow" (Visit to Primrose Hill extended) "Peach" "Bone Bag" CD2 "For Tomorrow" (single version) "When the Cows Come Home" "Beachcoma" "For Tomorrow" (acoustic) 12" "For ...
... On February 7 of that year, the Commonwealth Avenue service was extended east through downtown to loop at Lechmere ... terminal have been made November 20, 1961 cut back to Park Street November 18, 1964 extended Monday-Saturday to Government Center January 1967 cut back to Park Street all times due ...
... The highway was extended southward in 1932 to end at US 27/M-78 in Potterville ... The northern end was extended to meet the US 16 (now I-96) freeway in 1958 ... The south was similarly extended in 1991 with the completion of the I-69/US 27 freeway south of Potterville ...
... It also extended north to Ionia and Stanton before turning east through Ithaca to St ... In 1929, the western end was extended from Kalamazoo to South Haven, with a section still under construction ... In 1938, the road was extended to the east, replacing the routing of M-39 from Woodbury all the way to East Lansing where it intersected US 16 as it existed on Grand River Avenue ...
... An extended warranty, sometimes called a service agreement, a service contract, or a maintenance agreement, is a prolonged warranty offered to consumers ... The extended warranty may be offered by the warranty administrator, the retailer or the manufacturer ... Extended warranties cost extra and for a percentage of the item's retail price ...
More definitions of "extended":
- (adj): Fully extended or stretched forth.
Example: "An extended telescope"; "his extended legs reached almost across the small room"; "refused to accept the extended hand"
- (adj): Drawn out or made longer spatially.
Example: "The extended airport runways can accommodate larger planes"
Synonyms: elongated, lengthened, prolonged
- (adj): Great in range or scope.
Example: "An extended vocabulary"; "surgeons with extended experience"
Synonyms: extensive, wide
- (adj): Beyond the literal or primary sense.
Example: "'hot off the press' shows an extended sense of 'hot'"
Famous quotes containing the word extended:
“Only very slowly and late have men come to realize that unless freedom is universal it is only extended privilege.”
—Christopher Hill (b. 1912)
“I have been accustomed to make excursions to the ponds within ten miles of Concord, but latterly I have extended my excursions to the seashore.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“All the Valley quivered one extended motion, wind
undulating on mossy hills”
—Allen Ginsberg (b. 1926)