expanded foot

expanded foot

[ik′spand·əd ′fu̇t]
(hydrology)
A broad, bulblike or fan-shaped ice mass formed where a valley glacier flows beyond its confining walls and extends onto an adjacent lowland at the bottom of a mountain slope.
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However, with the smallest number of overseas acquisitions as compared to its other big rivals in Australia, it remains to be seen if the speculations were pure rumors, given the fact that its rivals have an expanded foot print globally, with ANZ alone boasting a presence in 13 Asian countries and still making more acquisitions.
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