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She also acted as a resource point and consultant for the prison officers in carrying out their expanded role. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)The space allows the group to display expanded ranges - confirming its reputation as a specialist retailer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)One was a reaction to the wartime legacy of women's expanded role. Red Hunting in the Promised Land: Anticommunism and the Making of America (1994)And we have to do this to be able to manage the new, expanded area of trade. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A new or expanded federal programme usually applies throughout the nation. Rural Land-Use Planning in Developed Nations (1989)T here are growing calls for the big accountancy firms to be given an expanded role scrutinising companies. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Our expanded range with more items in longer lengths, bigger chests and waist sizes is keeping pace with those changes. The Sun (2016)Which is how you find yourself reading this page in the new and expanded News Review section. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This revamp of the original game adds an expanded range of traps and tougher monsters, while softening what used to be a vicious difficulty curve. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But it's their expanded range of general hand treatments that's really interesting. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Therefore, conservatives are skeptical about changing the system, especially where change involves new or expanded governmental powers. Christianity Today (2000)
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