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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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By the Complication I mean all that extends from the beginning of the action to the part which marks the turning-point to good or bad fortune.
Upper California extends from latitude 31 10' to 42 on the Pacific, and inland, to the great chain of snow-capped mountains which divide it from the sand plains of the interior.
The nocturnal bat's tongue extends from an attachment point within the animal's ribcage.
The East Village extends from Broadway to the East River and north of East Houston Street to 14th Street.
The Flatiron/Gramercy District extends from Fifth Ave.
Murray Hill extends from 34th Street and 39th Street and sits east of Sixth Avenue to the East River.