expansion

the growth of something; in historical terms, the growth of the territorial extent, power, or influence of a state, culture, or idea

Expansion

Some HMOs compute Plan expansion as part of the capitation rate in order to provide the necessary capital for growth.
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expansion

[Noun] When something is made bigger or spreads.
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expansion

[n] - a discussion that provides additional information 2. [n] - adding information or detail 3. [n] - the act of increasing in size or volume or quantity or scope
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Expansion

[pronounce: ecks-pan-shun] When something is getting bigger.
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Expansion

The opposite of compression; for example, an expander may allow the signal to increase 2 dB every time the signal input increased by 1 dB.
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Expansion

A drawer found in the main directory of Workbench. It was originally to store drivers but has not been used for years.
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Expansion

Increase in unit length per-degree of rise in temperature.
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Expansion

Ex·pan'sion noun [ Latin expansio : confer French expansion .] 1. The act of expanding or spreading out; the condition of being expanded; dilation; enlargement. 2. That which is expanded; expanse; extend surface; as, the expansion of a sheet or of a lake; the ...
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expansion

1. The act of expanding or spreading out; the condition of being expanded; dilation; enlargement. ... 2. That which is expanded; expanse; extend surface; as the expansion of a sheet or of a lake; the expansion was formed of metal. 'The starred expansion of the skies.' (Beattie) ... 3. Space thought which anything is expanded; also, pure space. 'Los...
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expansion

enlargement noun the act of increasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope
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expansion

enlargement noun a discussion that provides additional information
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expansion

noun adding information or detail
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Expansion

Phase of the business cycle as it climbs from a trough toward a peak.
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expansion

(ek-span´shәn) the process or state of being increased in extent, surface, or bulk. a region or area of increased bulk or surface. dorsal digital expansion , extensor expansion a triangular aponeurotic extension of the digital extensor tendon on the do...
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Expansion

• (n.) Enlargement or extension of business transactions; esp., increase of the circulation of bank notes. • (n.) That which is expanded; expanse; extend surface; as, the expansion of a sheet or of a lake; the expansion was formed of metal. • (n.) The act of expanding or spreading out; the condition of being expanded; dilation; enlar...
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expansion

(from the article `economic stabilizer`) ...the capital goods industries; the unemployed are deprived of the cash wage receipts required to make their consumption demands effective. ... ...clerical, and technical workers relative to manual workers. A second course of change has affected occupations linked with particular industries, ......
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Expansion

Economic expansion
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Expansion

To make the volume in which a given mass, or mass flow, resides suddenly larger as in Joule-Thomson and engine expansion.
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Expansión

Expansión is a Spanish economic daily newspaper published in Spain. ==History== Expansión is published by Unidad Editorial. The daily was awarded by the Society for News Design (SND) the World’s Best Designed Newspaper™ for 1994. It celebrated its 25th anniversary in September 2011 with a celebration led by Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia...
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Expansion

[geometry] In geometry, expansion is a polytope operation where facets are separated and moved radially apart, and new facets are formed at separated elements (vertices, edges, etc.). Equivalently this operation can be imagined by keeping facets in the same position but reducing their size. The expansion of a regular polytope creates a unif...
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expansion

The narrating time is longer than the acting time (opposite: compression.
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expansion

the addition of teams to the NHL.
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Expansion

Increase in length or volume. See also Autogenous Volume Change, Contraction, Moisture Movement, Shrinkage, and Volume Change.
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Expansion

To make the volume in which a given mass, or mass flow, resides suddenly larger as in Joule-Thomson and engine expansion.
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