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    1. · Not letting little things bother to an extent that is unrelated to its seriousness

    2. The cover will be to the extent of the sum assured of the policy

    3. In case of medical insurance, the individual is covered only to the extent of the actual expenses incurred on medicine/hospitalisation (up to a maximum limit of the sum assured)

    4. Remember almost all of us are emotionally immature to some extent

    5. · Be prepared for the unexpected to the extent possible

    6. Questioning and even rebelling to an extent is healthy and should not be opposed without solid reasons

    7. In counseling the close relatives and friends; one is usually spontaneous in giving as well as accepting the advice and to some extent can be insisted upon

    8. "Let me show you the extent of your foolishness

    9. Tiny Robot Archimedes, however, had built his ship efficiently enough so that it would traverse the extent of his vision of the ocean: 2

    10. The creation process as enunciated in our religious scriptures matches to a great extent with the evolving scientific hypothesis of Big Bang and expanding and contracting universe

    11. Only His Spirit can help us understand the full extent of all this

    12. ‘To some extent that is how it is, Liz

    13. ’ I said, my voice cracking as my emotions catch up now that the pressure is off to a large extent

    14. The cleaning has been my salvation to some extent

    15. Using just as much theatrics, Moamar read the long list of charges, the council shouted 'witness' on cue in unison if not quite on key, and then Moamar shouted 'GUILTY' and that was about the extent of it

    16. To that extent it wouldn’t matter if this nation were called Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, Rome, or the kingdom of the beast

    17. To an extent, the question does arise as to how Satan is able to have his own kingdom on this earth

    18. To another extent, it seems obvious

    19. He slowly stroked a hand up her side and then to her chest and took her, caressing and tempting her nipples to rise to their full extent with his fingers

    20. It had been hard visiting Abery before but Joris hadn’t been there and she’d been able to withdraw into herself to some extent … and the European trip had been hectic, demanding her full attention … and in London afterwards she’d been occupied in achieving Joris’s purpose … and the trip across had kept her mind busy, first with JJ and then Iain … and even coming back, being at The Centre and travelling on the wasteg … that too had been manageable … but now … with no purpose to drive her, no solitude to enfold her and no Joris but only the shadow of his memory imprinted in JJ’s face and voice … she felt naked, vulnerable and viciously exposed to the scouring of her grief

    21. Normally, the extent of the surface to be planed will determine whether the procedure

    22. I’d never been close to my mother, she’d never wanted it … so I had become independent and, to some extent, isolated within myself as a result

    23. I’ve known her for several years, and she’s a straightforward, non-hysterical woman; some people would say that she was cold and unemotional but that may just be in comparison with the temperamental musician she’s married to – after all someone would have to be the down-to-earth sane one in that partnership! Try as I do, I cannot imagine her screaming at me or making a scene … a consoling thought to some extent, but it still doesn’t explain why she wants to see me

    24. I tell her how very strong Abi is being, how she’s latched onto the idea of the little boy David saved and that this is helping her with her grief to some extent

    25. Alexis drew me over to the mill and the extent of what had been developing was evident once the entrance was open

    26. What do you think? It would make an evening of it to some extent

    27. “We could be fighting the immune response of a single organism millions of cubic light-years in extent

    28. Kelvin didn’t really care about the technology of it, that sentence was enough to tell him the true extent of what they were fighting

    29. extent of an injury

    30. ‘Being a writer helps, I think, his books are his children to some extent

    31. We are pathetic creatures to some extent

    32. a thorough extent Adam’s Bible is able to teach about the use of money

    33. Wolfgang spoke up, “We should say that our methods measure the minimum possible extent of the substrate we are in, we have mapped neurons used by souls from Earth as far as that extent

    34. Daedelus went on, “We have measured the extent of the area involved in the entanglements that give our spirits new life in this heaven

    35. “On the order of four hundred quadrillion by the same methods that allowed us to determine its extent

    36. He doesn’t have a finite extent you can measure with any instrument, no matter how long it takes to learn to interpret it

    37. ) To whatever extent it is, it often is

    38. It is a sad fact of life, that even in our enlightened society, women still shoulder the responsibility to a large extent when it comes to being left literally holding the baby

    39. Uncle Bertram, her father, was strict and old fashioned; Aunt Clarissa just went along with his views to a large extent

    40. but that is a female thing to a large extent

    41. The hole spread over a large area, possibly three or four metres across in places; muddy throughout its entire extent: deep, claggy, black mud, sloppy with water and dotted with bits of green from the decimated plants which had been wrenched from the ground by its making

    42. He took it out on the troupe to a large extent and one or two of the girls, fed up with him yelling at them, gave notice and walked, even though they hadn’t anything to go to – a lethal situation for any performer

    43. Chrissie, apparently asleep, looking young and vulnerable; Mary, an older, less polished version of the same features to some extent, looking older than her years

    44. It was a big step moving out of the student house, but although I enjoyed the company to some extent, I had to get up to go to work and partying until all hours really did not fit with that lifestyle

    45. The entire valley floor is populated to an extent that would prevent undetected camping, just like you thought

    46. This culminated in two planet-wide empires centered on Dempala, a vast city that grew to six hundred miles in extent at it’s peak

    47. extent of what she’d been through

    48. Harold produced a couple cigars and they lit them, but that was about the extent of their 'smoking

    49. Desa isn’t like Jmory and Kaha and to some extent Sharni, looking for a chance to show themselves and be admired

    50. suggested she come with me to assess the extent of the

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    "extent" definitions

    the point or degree to which something extends

    the distance or area or volume over which something extends