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adjective abundant, all-embracing, big, broad, capacious, colossal, comprehensive, endless, enlarged, enormous, excessive, expansive, extensive, gargantuan, giant, giant-size, grand, great, great big, huge, immeasurable, immense, king-size, lavish, limitless, lofty, massive, monstrous, of great scope, oversized, sizable, substantial, tremendous, unbounded, unlimited, vast, wide-ranging, wide-reaching
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See also: broad, capacious, considerable, copious, enormous, extensive, flagrant, gross, major, ponderous, prodigious, substantial

LARGE. Broad; extensive; unconfined. The opposite of strict, narrow, or confined. At large, at liberty.

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Firstly, larger communities by their very nature will apply for larger projects and therefore require more money.
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With this word at the top of our triangle we are always attempting to connect every specific task we were doing to its larger "cosmological" context and to teach that there are, in M.
Even larger machines are limited in what they can and can't do, agrees Gudakunst.
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Increasing the size of prospective cohorts and biobanks is one approach to discovering previously unknown contributors to complex diseases, but it may come at the price of concealing contributors that are less common across all the participants in those larger studies and of limiting hypothesis generation.