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wide-open

[′wīd ′ō·pən]
(electronics)
Refers to the untuned characteristic or lack of frequency selectivity.
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It affords us the luxury of having a wide-open, come-from-behind package, if and when we decide to use it.
Wide-open spaces are only a part of Snowbasin's appeal; the Utah resort also offers luxury and affordability.
This year's edition boasts several new features, including an enhanced freestyle mode with all new tricks, expansive environments and wide-open worlds for gamers to explore.
The Kings' best scoring chance of the period came in the final 20 seconds when newcomer Jeff Cowan had a wide-open slap shot from 25 feet.
Oregon pushed it upcourt and Luke Jackson hit a wide-open 3-pointer, sending the crowd into a frenzy.
Wide open, as usual: The $100,000-added Baldwin Stakes at 6 1/2 furlongs on the downhill turf course for 3-year-olds usually is a wide-open affair, and this afternoon's 36th edition of the Grade II dash underlines that fact.
It wouldn't have been so bad had the misses not come on just as many wide-open jumpers and layups as contested jump shots.
Oregon (2-1) tricked the Trojans for the fourth consecutive year, as the Ducks opened the scoring on a 35-yard touchdown pass from tailback Onterrio Smith to a wide-open Peelle.
The study (Schiff) proposes would provide us with the critical information needed to determine how we can best preserve natural treasures, such as wide-open spaces, forests, urban parks and recreation facilities, and protect endangered and threatened species for today's families and future generations.
It appears Big Sky country, home of wide-open spaces and no fences, has run out of elbow room and the nouveau part-time residents from the big cities are bringing some of their bad habits and attitudes with them.
Or, more specifically, offensive coordinator Norm Chow, who didn't waste a moment unveiling a more creative, wide-open offense.
The Raiders will look to stop a Foothill team that employs a wide-open, fast-break offense and likes to gamble on defense with relentless full- court pressure.