Some articles on larger:
... Hazeltine, and Kokusai Electric are among the other larger participants to varying degrees ... Larger wings give better payload and maneuverability, but also tend to add weight to the airframe in various ways ... To make the larger wings lighter the skin, spars, ribs and cap of the wings were made from graphite-epoxy composite and co-cured together in an autoclave ...
... mi) altitude, creating thousands of pieces of space debris larger than 1 centimetre (0.39 in) ... than 2,300 pieces (updated 13 December 2007) of trackable debris (approximately golf ball size or larger), over 35,000 pieces 1 cm (0.4 in) or larger, and 1 million pieces 1 mm (0.04 in) or ... The vulnerability of satellites to a collision with larger debris and the ease of launching such an attack against a low-flying satellite, has led some to speculate that such an attack would be within the ...
... To the southeast is the much larger J ... This crater has merged with the larger Anaximander D to the south, and there is a wide break in their common rims where they have joined ... To the northwest a low rise in the surface is all that separated Anaximander from the much larger satellite crater Anaximander B ...
... Larger, more-expensive sheds are typically constructed of wood and include features typically found in house construction, such as windows, a shingled roof, and electrical ... Larger sheds provide more space for engaging in hobbies such as gardening, small engine repair, or tinkering ...
Famous quotes containing the word larger:
“A child is not a salmon mousse. A child is a temporarily disabled and stunted version of a larger person, whom you will someday know. Your job is to help them overcome the disabilities associated with their size and inexperience so that they get on with being that larger person.”
—Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)
“Did all the lets and bars appear
To every just or larger end,
Whence should come the trust and cheer?
Youth must its ignorant impulse lend
Age finds place in the rear.
All wars are boyish, and are fought by boys,
The champions and enthusiasts of the state:”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“But genius is religious. It is a larger imbibing of the common heart.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)