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simple extension

[′sim·pəl ik¦sten·shən]
(mathematics)
An extension of a field that has an element c such that the extension field consists of the set of all quotients (with nonzero denominator) of polynomials in c with coefficients in the original field.
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We hear so much in American discourse about this so-called "Ironclad" alliance with Seoul, but it is not a partnership that is rooted in equality, mutual respect or pragmatism, but rather a lopsided belief that the US has a responsibility to determine what is in the best interests of Seoul and act as a "guardian" or "savior" to the country and "show it the correct way." As a result, Americans idealize Seoul as a simple extension of their own interests and believe that Seoul's view of the world ought to be harmonious with the US version.
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The new revenues, enabling a $160 million per year increase in state school aid, will come from a simple extension to capital gains of our existing tax on interest and dividends.
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But the discussions are far more wide-reaching than merely about a simple extension to the Spaniard's current deal; he wants reassurances over transfer budgets, infrastructure development and that the club's ambitions match his own.
Boss is a simple extension of boss - person in charge (ultimately from Dutch "baas" - "master").
A simple extension of the construction schedule without meaningful reallocation of risk would result in an affirmation of the rating with a Stable Outlook.
As long as they continue to regard the bargain as being on balance beneficial, the provisions of the JCPOA will endure, perhaps through a relatively simple extension agreement.
Depending on the location, they might need either a local admitted placement or a simple extension onto their package.
But even a simple extension of the 1.74 trillion asset purchase programme, started in March 2015, is not so easy as the ECB is running out of bonds to buy due to its self-imposed constraints.
A simple extension of the exam cycle for credit unions will not solve the process' problems, which range from inconsistency to the use of outdated technology, credit union trade groups told the NCUA.

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