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enlargement

[en′lärj·mənt]
(graphic arts)
Photographic print made in an enlarger so that the print is bigger than the negative.
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Whether this imperfection of structure arises from an enlargement of the plan; or from the imperfect reconcilement in the writer's own mind of the struggling elements of thought which are now first brought together by him; or, perhaps, from the composition of the work at different times-- are questions, like the similar question about the Iliad and the Odyssey, which are worth asking, but which cannot have a distinct answer.
Then there can be enlargement, and the man of to-day scarcely recognizes the man of yesterday.
Falk sat up, but except for a very noticeable enlargement of the pupils, till the irises of his eyes were reduced to two narrow yellow rings, his face, I should judge, was incapa ble of expressing excitement.
Arthur continuing to lie very ill in the Marshalsea, and Mr Rugg descrying no break in the legal sky affording a hope of his enlargement, Mr Pancks suffered desperately from self-reproaches.
Nearly the whole of my previous life having been devoted to business and the pursuit of wealth, numerous scenes of which I had no previous conception have dawned upon me--I hope to the enlargement of my mind, and the improvement of my understanding.
Those charming creations of the poet, John Doe and Richard Roe, when they first dawn upon him, will open a new world for the enlargement of his mind and the improvement of his heart.
The event, at which the past and future enlargements of NATO and the EU will be discussed, will also be attended by European Commission President Jose Manuel Barosso, the leading US senators in the field of foreign affairs, John McCain, Christopher Murphy, Robert Corker and Robert Menendez, former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and many other politicians who were or still are responsible for the enlargement of NATO and the European Union.
It will look at the impact of enlargement on UK interests, the development and effectiveness of the EU enlargement process, lessons learned from previous enlargements, the role of the Member States and EU Institutions in the process and the future challenges and opportunities that enlargement will bring.
Papers in Part 1 examine broad issues in enlargement policy, such as the changing theoretical paradigm of EU enlargement, and the geopolitical implications of future EU enlargements.
The enlargements of the 1970s and 1980s were fast absorptions on a purely formalistic basis.
The cardiothoracic ratio was measured as described by Danzer (1): A vertical line is drawn on the frontal film through the spinous procardiac enlargements of the vertebrae.
Of course, vertical enlargements were done occasionally in the past, often with one-off projects such as small penthouse add-ons.