WIDE or Wide may refer to:
- Wide (cricket)
- Wide and narrow data, terms used to describe two different presentations for tabular data
- Wide-angle Infinity Display Equipment
- WIDE-LP, a radio station (99.1 FM) licensed to Madison, Wisconsin
- WIDE Project, Widely Integrated Distributed Environment
- Women in Development Europe
Other articles related to "wide":
... Wide release is a term in the American motion picture industry for a motion picture that is playing nationally (as opposed to a few cinemas in cities such as New York and Los Angeles) ... Specifically, a movie is considered to be in wide release when it is on 600 screens or more in the United States and Canada ... In the US, films holding an NC-17 rating almost never have a wide release ...
... Three of the nine elements in each character are wide (binary value 1), and six elements are narrow (binary value 0) ... The width ratio between narrow and wide can be chosen between 12 and 13 ... Their original design included two wide bars and one wide space in each character, resulting in 40 possible characters ...
... Thompson (1974), the lyrics include the line "The wide boys are all spoiling for a fight" ... Ultravox released the song "Wide Boys" on their eponymous first LP in 1977. 1970s rock band Foghat had a popular song "Wide Boy" on their 1981 Girls to Chat Boys to Bounce album, and Godley and Creme released a single of the ...
... Wide boy is a British term for a man who lives by his wits, wheeling and dealing ... The word "wide" is in this sense means wide-awake or sharp-witted ... The word came to public attention in 1937 with the publication of Wide Boys Never Work by Robert Westerby, a novel about gamblers and hustlers ...
... (shaped like a spearhead longer than it is wide) or ovate (egg-like) ... Leaf dimensions are 7-cm wide by 3.5-cm broad with blunted or round tips ... The corolla are lavender or light purple, 9–14 mm wide with five or six lobes shorter than the tube ...
Famous quotes containing the word wide:
“Strange, that some of us, with quick alternate vision, see beyond our infatuations, and even while we rave on the heights, behold the wide plain where our persistent self pauses and awaits us.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)
“The voices of that hearth are still;
Look where we may, the wide earth oer,
Those lighted faces smile no more.”
—John Greenleaf Whittier (18071892)
“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the road is easy that leads to destruction, and there are many who take it.”
—Bible: New Testament, Matthew 7:13.