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extend from (something)

To stretch from one thing or place to another; to affect multiple things or areas. Unfortunately, it seems like the leak has extended from the kitchen to the living room.
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The comparatively open space that extended from the Ti toward the rock, to which I have before alluded as forming the ascent to the place, was, with the building itself, now altogether deserted by the men; the whole distance being filled by bands of females, shouting and dancing under the influence of some strange excitement.
The first group extended from the pole to the eighty-fourth parallel, on the eastern part of the orb; the second occupied the eastern border, extending from the 65@ of latitude to the pole.
As per the details, last date for filing of income tax return/statement of final taxation was first extended from Sep 30, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018.
As per new schedule date for making payment of bills in respect of consumers billed in batch No 1 has been extended from November 20 to November, 24 while date for payment of bills by the consumers being billed in batch No 2 has been extended from November 23 to November, 24.
The program is extended to 1996 and the exemption period is also extended from 10 years to 12 years without construction and 12 years to 14 years with construction.
In his March 27, 1991, remarks to Tax Executives Institute's 1991 Mid-year Conference last week, Commissioner Goldberg discussed a TEI recommendation that the time period for a taxpayer included in the Coordinated Examination Program to administratively protest proposed tax adjustments be extended from 30 days to 90 days by means of an automatic 60-day extension of time.
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