broaden (one's) horizons

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broaden (one's) horizons

To have a new experience. I'm really nervous to live at school, but I know I need to broaden my horizons and get some experience living without my family. I can't believe that Molly has never left the state before! She seriously needs to broaden her horizons!
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Jimmy and the Whale Whisperer (Channel 4, tonight, 7pm) | WILDLIFE enthusiast Jimmy Doherty won't have had much call to deal with sperm whales in his previous job as a farmer, but now as a top telly celeb he's able to broaden his horizons and fulfil all manner of lifelong dreams.
I didn't think the horse would win by two lengths so I am going to have to broaden his horizons.
He said one of the problems he felt in his current church was that the church was too narrow in scope and he was looking pastorally to broaden his horizons.
The England Under-21 star - who was famously sent on a cookery course by the club in a bid to broaden his horizons - will get the chance to shine in the next few games with Drogba on African Nations Cup duty with Ivory Coast.
If the Golden Eagle wants to broaden his horizons,he will come of his own accord and when it suits him,as the Red Kite has come to the upper Conwy Valley in 1996 and bred successfully since.
I AM sure most football fans outside Middlesbrough will want a Bolton win in today's Carling Cup Final - and if Wanderers do it I hope Sam Allardyce starts to broaden his horizons.
The response fuelled his enthusiasm to broaden his horizons and consider new products for his fledgling business, he said.
His love of musical comedy developed from a junior high teacher's suggestion that he get involved with a local theater to broaden his horizons.