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  • 61WIDE — • Wiring Integration Design ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) • Widely Integrated Distributed Environment …

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  • 62wide-o — Glesga Glossary Un trustworthy person …

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  • 63WIDE — [1] Wiring Integration Design ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) [2] Widely Integrated Distributed Environment …

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  • 64wide — adj. RG. 410 …

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  • 65wide — waɪd n. ball which misses the goal (in Cricket); expansive place (Archaic) adj. broad; having the breadth of; spacious; open, extended; far to the left or to the right of a goal; shrewd (Slang) adv. to the most open position; to a great… …

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  • 66wide — widely …

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  • 67WIDE — abbr. WIDECOM GROUP INC NASDAQ …

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  • 68wide — a. 1. Broad. 2. Spacious, vast, large, ample, extensive, expanded. 3. Remote, distant …

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  • 69wide — Adj. Self assured, clever, sharp …

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  • 70wide-o — Noun. An insensitive and objectionable person. Scottish use …

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  • 71wide-on — Noun. The female equivalent of an erection of the penis. Cf. hard on …

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  • 72wīdeþō — s. weidiþō; …

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  • 73wide —   Ākea, laulā.   Also: pālaha, pālahalaha, pālālā kīlaha, moana, moanaana, peleleu …

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  • 74Wide gauge — Wide Wide (w[imac]d), a. [Compar. {Wider} ( [ e]r); superl. {Widest}.] [OE. wid, wyde, AS. w[=i]d; akin to OFries. & OS. w[=i]d, D. wijd, G. weit, OHG. w[=i]t, Icel. v[=i][eth]r, Sw. & Dan. vid; of uncertain origin.] 1. Having considerable… …

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  • 75wide´ness — wide «wyd», adjective, wid|er, wid|est, adverb, noun. –adj. 1. filling more space from side to side than the usual thing of the same sort; not narrow; broad: »a wide street, a wide hall …

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  • 76Wide bandgap semiconductors — are semiconductor materials with electronic band gaps larger than one or two electronvolts (eV). The exact threshold of wideness often depends on the application, such as optoelectronic and power devices. Wide bandgap materials are often utilized …

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  • 77Wide Angle (TV series) — Wide Angle Genre Documentary television series Created by Stephen Segaller Presented by Aaron Brown Narrated by Jay O. Sanders …

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  • 78Wide Right I — Non Conference Game Miami Hurricanes Florida State Seminoles (8 0) (10 0) 17 16 He …

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  • 79Wide-body aircraft — also are in operation. History (with convert|147|in|m|sing=on fuselage) in the late 1950s, airlines began seeking larger aircraft to meet the rising global demand for air travel. Engineers were faced with many challenges as airlines demanded more …

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  • 80Wide boy — is a British term for a man who lives by his wits, wheeling and dealing. According to the Oxford English Dictionary it is synonymous with spiv. Newspapers of the late 1940s and 1950s often use both terms in the same article about the same person… …

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