I caught up with the Thoenes later at their book signing, where Bodie expanded on some of her theories as an “historian.”
This approach should not be condemned; it should be expanded upon.
A new internal investigation has expanded to 42 separate VA facilities.
early 15c., "spread out, spread flat," from Anglo-French espaundre, Middle French espandre and directly from Latin expandere "to spread out, unfold, expand," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + pandere "to spread, stretch" (see pace (n.)). Sense of "grow larger" first recorded 1640s. Related: Expanded; expanding.