Iran is a corrupt, nasty regime seeking to stay in power, deter attack, and extend its regional influence to the extent possible.
To the extent that his wins prove injurious, future Republican Congresses and administrations will struggle to undo them.
Of course he is also under pressure from Moscow, the current extent of which is unknown.
But neither Magnitsky nor Browder himself imagined the extent of the corruption in the Putin regime.
“It is quite remarkable the extent to which the Palestinian issue has receded on the agenda,” says Eizenstat.
To an extent this is unavoidable and one of the enigmas of life.
It is curious to note the extent to which the unexpected has come about.
Such a decree he could use to any extent to which he could carry with him the sympathies of the people.
Could they have outridden the gelding to such an extent as that?
It varies in dimensions according to the extent of the excavations.
early 14c., from Anglo-French extente, Old French estente "valuation of land, stretch of land," from fem. past participle of Old French extendre "extend," from Latin extendere (see extend). Meaning "degree to which something extends" is from 1590s.