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expanding

[ik′spand·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A process used to increase the inside diameter of a hollow piece, such as a tube, cup, or shell.
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These include opening in another location, help on offering or diversifying your product or service-line, and targeting other markets or expanding to the internet.
The interviews PATH conducted in 2003 with key individuals in the process of expanding access to and awareness of emergency contraception in Washington State focused on programmatic considerations regarding service provision, perspectives of frontline providers and lessons learned that could benefit similar efforts elsewhere.
The Department of Labor issued an updated version of its Voluntary Fiduciary Correction Program in April, adding transactions that can be corrected under the program and expanding the ability to obtain relief from prohibited transactions.
Mercury was expanding into what would become a key market area: silk-screened point-of-purchase signs of PS for the liquor and beer industry.
Although the company is still best known for its flagship product, BLACK ENTERPRISE magazine, for more than a decade it has been expanding its brand to encompass a range of products that broadens its reach while remaining consistent with its fundamental mission--to give African American businesspeople the information, expert advice, and inspiration they need to succeed.
* In China, undergraduate enrollments are expanding 10 times faster than in the United States, and three-quarters of all Chinese baccalaureates pursue degrees in mathematics, science, and engineering.
Since her father's death in 1991, she has grown the business beyond his imagination and with the same employee-focused mantra that he held so dearly: Create job security for employees and do so by expanding equipment and operations.
The College is now expanding the work of the Koop Center through the development of Philly Health Info.
To build skills and self-esteem among disadvantaged children and youth living in the greater Barrie area by expanding a recreational and tutoring program.
SEDU representatives, he says, have been focusing on approaching companies that are looking into mergers and acquisitions, as well as those thinking of expanding their operations.
During this period the negative effects on production of expanding deserts, falling water tables, and rising temperatures have largely offset the positive contributions of advancing technology and additional investment in agriculture.