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enlarging

[en′lärj·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
The process of reproducing an image from a smaller image through a projection process.
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The feature's richness, platform's scalability and the level of reliability of Cisco 10000 will allow Telecom Italia to enlarge the number of supported subscribers.
Burbank Mayor Bob Kramer said he isn't convinced a special master would resolve the issues that led his city to oppose the plan to move and enlarge the Burbank terminal.
These three facets of intelligence vary together as primate brains enlarge, they say.
They are smaller than normal and some tissues don't respond efficiently to insulin, but the mice compensate with insulin-making beta cells that enlarge and proliferate.
We performed revision surgery to open the left membranous closure with a Lusk ball probe (figure, C) and to enlarge the opening circumferentially with a microdebrider (figure, D).
King said Elefriends is asking the zoo to change its methods of handling the elephants and to enlarge the elephant exhibit, which they say is too small to properly care for the elephants.
The base of the middle turbinate can be invaded by ethmoid air cells, which can enlarge the turbinate; an enlarged turbinate is known as a concha bullosa.
129 Die in Jet showed me that to enlarge something, to make it big, doesn't necessarily mean it is important.
Researchers aren't certain why a man's prostate starts to enlarge as he ages, but the process is as common as gray hair.