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cast (one's) net wider

To broaden one's search or criteria for something, thus giving oneself more options. A: "I don't know why John has only applied to Ivy League schools when he only has average grades." B: "I know, I've told him to cast his net wider."
See also: cast, net, wider

cast your net wide/wider

to think about a large number of things or people when choosing the thing or person that you want If we don't get many interesting candidates this time round we may have to cast our net a little wider.
See cast eye over, throw in lot with
See also: cast, net, wide
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Maybe what needs to emerge from this conversation is the quick establishment of a constitutional convention which involves not only our elected leaders, the leaders of the business community but wider civil society as a whole.
Kickstarter has not only funded our first production; it has also proven public interest -- boys need more and we're thrilled to have the opportunity to make a difference," said Wider.
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In many ways, although he died tragically young, Richard had reached a certain pinnacle through his work in the practice, and the greatest loss in terms of his potential future contributions will be sustained by the wider world beyond.
Hoffmann says that in some markets, these efforts are getting help from auto dealership owners who are establishing delivery fleets and parts warehouses in different parts of a metropolitan market to blanket a wider geographic zone.
Kendrick's consideration of the letters of Girolamo Borsieri provides part of the foundation for a wider discussion of the theory and aesthetics related to contemporary local liturgy and musical style in the early seventeenth century and thus provides the context for the following more thorough examination of music and musical practice.
Sony believes that by strengthening cooperation with Samsung and accelerating the incorporation of Memory Stick slots into Samsung's wide range of product categories, Memory Stick's "Connected World" will grow to offer customers a wider range of cutting-edge products.
The most popular equipment solution to melt fracture is to use a wider die gap to reduce shear stress.
The wider the nearest defender at the LOS, the wider the initial step should be.
Second, it does appear that the wider the tube, the easier it is for water to get into the middle ear.
Wider then provides for a detailed account: of Sartre's concept in chapter 2.
Created as an online financial services Website aimed at minorities and women, eChapman will attempt to promote its combined efforts to a wider audience.
The Board believes that modern global financial markets call for permitting financial organizations to operate over a wider range of activities.
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com), a new line of dolls for boys created by psychotherapist and mother Laurel Wider, today announced the successful launch of its Kickstarter funding campaign.