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Wider

Slang; in bond trading, an increase in yield spread, indicating greater risk.
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At least we now seem to be embarking on a wider conversation here in the West Midlands as a result of these lines in the launch document: "The decision to proceed with the creation of a West Midlands Combined Authority is rightly in the hands of the elected leaders of the local authorities of the West Midlands.
The wider track also helps improve steering precision and direct response, said Cadillac Executive Chief Engineer David Leone.
The proportion of buy-to-let mortgage taken into possession is the same as the wider market, at 0.
A group of liberal bishops disassociated themselves from the motion for different reasons, suggesting that it moves the church away from full inclusion of all members: "Our witness to justice has been prophetic in this nation and in the wider Anglican Communion on the issues of the full inclusion of people of color and persons who are differently-abled," said the bishops.
As wider inline presses gained popularity among carton buyers, we discovered another distinct advantage--reverse printing.
automobile fleet and a wider availability of all-season high-performance tires should drive the average price per tire higher.
However, the book is not narrowly concerned with these issues and it presents policy practice in a wider social and political context.
For Richard, architecture was a much wider issue than what you were taught at design school.
Cutthroat competition among auto insurers is another wider economic factor that is affecting auto recyclers.
Falk claimed that the ICC possessed these wider powers and that it could indeed bring "war crimes charges against American forces" even though our nation had never become an ICC member.
The new MM Series upholstered chairs feature a taller and wider backrest plus a wider and deeper seat with four-way contouring and waterfall front.
The Sounds of Milan provides an examination of music and its wider historical and cultural context in early modern Milan.