Expandable [adjective]

Definition of Expandable:

ample, extensive

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Wish said that most of its vendors are in China, although it’s trying to expand its roster of local suppliers.

As capacity expanded in later weeks, Kotz said, the university added 49 more nursing facilities.

The research team is currently expanding on this research and beginning new research focused on partner violence, surgery delays and digital mental healthcare during the pandemic.

Those training camps are expected to last two weeks, but teams that did not take part in the expanded 2020 postseason will get an extra week.

In response to the influx, York expanded its EL program and hired more teachers, including some who now help teach popular electives like auto mechanics.

If it holds, that would be the best per game rate since 2002, the first year the league expanded to 32 teams.

Twitter is expanding its version of Stories, a product that lets users post photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours, in an effort to encourage more sharing.

The deal will help build Santander’s global payments platform as the bank expands, the Madrid-based company said Monday in an e-mailed statement.

Levi’s is now doubling down on the Target partnership and last month said that it would expand to 500 stores.

Rapid tests have become more widely used in the fight against Covid-19, expanding access to testing because they provide results quickly and cheaply, and don’t need to be sent out to a laboratory.