Jazz pianist Jon Batiste began his set in New York City this past week with an extended version of “The Entertainer.”
Last year the program was extended with the new deadline looming at the end of this month.
Specifically, four members of a family of 28 living in an extended household developed the disease.
Each book had a release party in London, attended by assorted members of Blow's inner circle and extended family.
And if successful, the program would be extended to refugees in Guatemala and El Salvador.
But protection might be extended in different forms to different interests.
The circuit, which was to have been three miles, had extended to ten.
State banks increased their capital and extended their operations.
Without raising his head, he extended the bag to the officer of the guard.
His companions followed the direction of the extended finger.
extend ex·tend (ĭk-stěnd')
v. ex·tend·ed, ex·tend·ing, ex·tends
To straighten a limb; unbend.