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TO ENLARGE. To extend; as, to enlarge a rule to plead, is to extend the time during which a defendant may plead. To enlarge, means also to set at liberty; as, the prisoner was enlarged on giving bail.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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While the London Stock Exchange and Borsa Italiana will still exist as subsidiary companies in their own right, the newly-constituted board of the enlarged company said it was aware that a new name for the parent, or holding company, of the assets will be required.
The 13 patients (7.6%) diagnosed as having clinically asymmetrically enlarged tonsils had no significant pathological diagnosis.
Scientists compared roughly 6,000 men who had surgery or symptoms of an enlarged prostate to more than 18,000 men with a trouble-free prostate.
The delay-and-display technique involves a time delay for activation of a depressed key (Vanderheiden, Law, & Kelso, 1999), in which the user again holds down the BD-button, and the selected key is again enlarged and displayed.
Once on the enlarged sections, each element on the chart is linked to a template with related resources applicable to that particular element.
By pairing the superlative with the enlarged letter, you slyly underscored the difference between populism and Pop.
When the new (or enlarged) building is completed, the certificates of occupancy of both buildings must be amended to reflect the amount by which the floor area of the transferee parcel has been increased and the transferor parcel has been decreased.
Today, the legendary "number 7" is lending his voice and support to educating men about enlarged prostate (EP), a condition that affects more than 50 percent of American men over 50 years of age and 80 percent of men over age 80, according to the American Urological Association.
As shown in Drawing 2A, insert the two screws through the enlarged holes of one block.
Screening for an enlarged waist in combination with elevated triglycerides appears to be a simple, effective tool to flag postmenopausal women at increased risk for accelerated atherogenesis and related adverse outcomes, reported Laszlo B.
This is most obvious when you think about catching a cold where the lymph glands under your jaw and around your throat start getting enlarged. But you can also see swellings in your armpits or groin because lymph nodes there protect the trunk of the body from infection.