Sentences with word «extent»

An extent is a contiguous area of storage reserved for a file in a file system, represented as a range of block numbers. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
Customers are responsible for monitoring their total assets at the Program Bank to determine the extent of available FDIC insurance.
BUSINESS
Also, discover to what extent it typically takes to get pregnant — most couples need more than a couple tries before they can declare that a child's headed.
PARENTING
In the UK, it will be extraordinarily rare, which justifies the price to some extent.
AUTOMOBILES
I've tried gambling to some extent and I'm known to be terribly unlucky at it, so I've since avoided casinos.
MONEY
To some extent I was trapped, in that I didn't have a regular job.
SCIENCE
Our strategy to ensure that we know the full extent of our risk and that it is limited has allowed our portfolio to achieve rapid exponential growth and has meant that when the opportunity to quickly make 175 % in 4 days arises, the full effects can be gained.
BUSINESS
European regulators are still unsure to what extent swaps counterparties should be required to provide and collect initial margin on uncleared derivatives trades, and are considering three potential options.
BUSINESS
Mass Audubon membership is tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
PARENTING
Senate Democrats then sent a similar letter to board Chair Clarissa Rodriguez urging changes in the payment schedules and in rules regarding the use of employer-assigned doctors who determine the extent of injuries.
POLITICS
Whther this assessment of the church is accurate or not (a I believe that to a large extent it is), it indicates a pure heart, not bitterness.
RELIGION
«What did take me by surprise was the extent and the immediacy of the attention on my fiancé, her family and my family... I thought that was something that would come a bit later on in the contest when you had a chance to put in place an infrastructure.»
POLITICS
Woods and forests were given a fresh impetus as a psychic terrain for the cinema by Lothlórien, Fangorn, and the other sylvan spaces so ethereally or threateningly rendered in The Lord of the Rings films and, to a lesser extent, by the Mirkwood of...
MOVIES & TV
Frugality is something I experience up to some extents since I pay my mortgage fast, save a lot, make extra payments on my debt burden.
MONEY
All the economies of Nigeria depend to a considerable extent on this axis, moving from Lagos to Ibadan, to the North, even the one going to the East.
POLITICS
WiiConnect24 is a modern take on the Satellaview concept, and not surprisingly, Animal Crossing: City Folk (and Mario Kart Wii to a lesser extent with its tournaments) has made some of the most effective use of the service, offering special items to commemorate holidays and other celebrations.
MOVIES & TV
It is a genuine concern that without Jedinak to help protect the defence and Kodjia to score the goals we struggle to such an extent.
SPORTS
To a large extent, the legal framework for most other industries is well-defined.
BUSINESS
The nature and timing of significant unusual transactions and the extent of audit effort and judgment related to these transactions;
BUSINESS
The second report on school bullying found that although its prevalence and effect on victims is significant, differences in the definitions and questions used in surveys of youth as well as in the demographic information collected about them, such as gender and sexual orientation, make it difficult to identify trends or the extent to which bullying affects certain groups of students versus others.
EDUCATION
The feeling that mom is somewhere close by can help in calming the baby to a large extent.
PARENTING
Noting that diet and weight loss surgery are often recommended for the care of metabolic syndrome, Heinrich Taegtmeyer, M.D., D.Phil., professor of cardiovascular medicine at McGovern Medical School, said, «This drug amplifies the biological rhythms of metabolic genes to the extent that the animals burn more fuel and store less fuel.
SCIENCE
Using Signal Detection Theory, Donovan examined to what extent maternal psychosocial factors affect sensitivity to responses to infant cry.
PARENTING
The attorney hired to investigate told the Tribune, «After looking at thousands of documents, after interviewing 29 people, and doing as much as I possibly could, I concluded that there was no basis for believing that Pastor Hybels had engaged in a pattern and practice of misconduct, and to the extent any specific incident had been raised with me, I concluded that his actions in those instances were not inappropriate.»
RELIGION
If the entity determines the decision is in accordance with such needs, the entity shall affirm the decision and to the extent that the entity determines the decision is not in accordance with such needs, the entity shall reverse or modify the decision.
SCIENCE
After January 16, extent increased at a more rapid pace, but the rate of ice growth was still below average for January as a whole.
SCIENCE
Thus, the qualification — «To the extent....»
EDUCATION
«We think the extent of the problems call for state leaders and authorizers to take bold actions,» said Todd Ziebarth, the lead author of the report and the senior vice president for state advocacy and support for the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.
EDUCATION
He said that previously, public awareness of the extent of the cruelty probably hadn't been there, but after the recent 60 Minutes reports the issue had «gone mainstream».
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Where so far you have been wrong is the extent of our decline.
SPORTS
The seat level estimates in all of these analyses for the Labour Party are stark (highlighting the fact that the PR-STV system is proportional, but only to a limited extent), but most notably in the Sunday Business Post-Red C poll.
POLITICS
Mr. Rene Bloom went to Oman to view the car in 1995 to see the extent of the damage.
AUTOMOBILES
These are still being researched to realize the extent of their damage.
HEALTH & FITNESS
And, to a lesser extent, the Ottawa Citizen, where my friend Raymond de Souza, a seminarian at the North American College in Rome, is reporting on the magnificent World Youth Day being held there.
RELIGION
The critical reception of his work seems to be unanimous at least in two respects: that these are films concerned with a metaphysical dimension and that this is the result of particular cinematic influences: Robert Bresson, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Andrei Tarkovsky, and to a lesser extent, Roberto Rossellini.
MOVIES & TV
Among other things, this incident became a flash point about the extent of First Amendment protections.
BUSINESS
When females behave promiscuously, copulating with more than one male in a single reproductive cycle, to what extent do they and their various partners contrive and compete to influence the outcome?
SCIENCE
«To the extent that Japan devalues, the nature of its trade with its neighbors is one in which Japan is selling lots of capital equipment that they need, and capital equipment becomes that much cheaper, that would be a gift to its trading partners,» says Richard Samuels, Ford International professor of political science and director of the Center for International Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
BUSINESS
If they existed, axions - one of the candidates for particles of the mysterious dark matter - could interact with the matter forming our world, but they would have to do this to a much, much weaker extent than it has seemed up to now.
SCIENCE
By doing so, we have imitated, to some extent, an essential movement behavior that occurs in nature, during cell division or muscle contraction,» says Maximilian Urban, whose research publication («Gold nanocrystal-mediated sliding of doublet DNA origami filament») appears in Nature Communications.
SCIENCE
At the end of the last glacial maximum, when ice sheets reached their maximum extent 20,000 to 25,000 years ago, the ice covering Antarctica was even thicker than it is today.
SCIENCE
And to the extent that some of these organizations employ some measure of democratic decision-making, isn't it only the members of those organizations (and not the community at large) that have the right to vote?
EDUCATION
Although we can not control whether or not we breathe, we can, to some extent, control the way that we breathe.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Olivier Lecomte, who works on sea-ice modelling at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium, says that much of the analysis of the discrepancy between models and observations focuses on the extent and coverage of the ice sheets.
SCIENCE
A month later and we are still awaiting official news on the extent of the 27 year old's injury.
SPORTS
This keeps you feeling full for a longer period of time and may not cause high blood sugar to the same extent as simple carbs.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
That's mostly when Wonder Woman, the Flash, and, to a lesser extent, Batman are doing their own thing or working together as a team.
MOVIES & TV
It also considers each county's relative share of all payrolls paid within the State and, to a lesser extent, considers each county's share of all property in the State.
EDUCATION
Marie Hendrickz, official of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, said that in view of the growing popularity of animal rights movements, the church needs to ask itself to what extent Christ's dictum, «Do to others whatever you would have them do to you,» can be applied to the animal world.
RELIGION
We have evolved the way we are for good reason and if some of our boys are feminine males there's no problem in that but I'm not going to push it or conversely, denigh him from those things to the extent that he thinks being «feminine» is undesirable or inferior.
PARENTING
First, an enzymatic reaction (epimerization) was observed during the degradation of procyanidin C1, and then, it was registered a reduction in molecular weight as well as a change in the physical properties of the compounds in procyanidin C1 - a process called depolymerization - with the oxidation capacity being affected to a lesser extent.
HEALTH & FITNESS
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