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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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They confirmed that the ratio of the heart's wet and dry weights remained roughly the same during fasting and digesting, so the heart was enlarging during digestion not by expanding with fluid but by adding muscle.
1) They usually present as painless, enlarging masses without signs or symptoms of infection.
Enlarging something does mean being committed to it.
Computer tomography scanning indicated that the abnormal lung mass was enlarging and showing formation of cavities, which is evidence of a possible malignancy, Miller wrote.
The solution entailed greatly enlarging the two ends into which the metal was gated, thus allowing them to function as manifolds.
The fact that flow rate is directly related to the fourth power of sprue diameter demonstrates why enlarging sprues is a common way to get faster fill times.