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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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And what enlargement do you expect to obtain in this way?"
Lop-Ear and I did not think of it either until our increasing size compelled us to make an enlargement. This occurred when summer was well along and we were fat with better forage.
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.
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.
Very well--then THE rain is DER Regen, if it is simply in the quiescent state of being MENTIONED, without enlargement or discussion--Nominative case; but if this rain is lying around, in a kind of a general way on the ground, it is then definitely located, it is DOING SOMETHING--that is, RESTING (which is one of the German grammar's ideas of doing something), and this throws the rain into the Dative case, and makes it DEM Regen.
The first wandering of her thought from the text, which she still attempted dutifully to follow with her eyes and silent lips, was into an imaginary enlargement of the defence she had set up for her husband against Priscilla's implied blame.
He availed himself of his enlargement to throw himself on the pavement, and clasp the knees of Front-de-B uf.
Drug induced gingival enlargements are unwanted adverse effect of some drugs such as Cyclosporine, Phenytoin and calcium channel antagonists.
Hereditary gingival fibromatosis presents as pale pink colour 8,13 of the gingiva with quite firm consistency in the form of generalized symmetric form (common) or as localized nodular form as multiple enlargements (uncommon).
Meanwhile, the enlargements of 2004 and 2007 qualify in economic terms as a 'major success' and a 'win-win situation' for both the new and the old member states and the EU as a whole, according to the European Commission's enlargement anniversary report, issued on 20 February.
Therefore the European Council will, at its meeting in December 2006, have a debate on all aspects of further enlargements, including the Union's capacity to absorb new members and further ways of improving the quality of the enlargement process on the basis of the positive experiences accumulated so far.