broadly based

broadly based

or

broadly-based

adj
comprehensive and inclusive. See also -based
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Australian Cancer Technology is a broadly based international oncology company developing a portfolio of high quality oncology-related projects that are at various stages of commercialization.
The legislature, AU argued, acted within its constitutional authority to protect the rights of all citizens, including the employees of certain religious groups, to have access to broadly based medical care.
The articles are broadly based and include also, but by no means exclusively, the insights of conservative scholarship.
In other ways, too, it becomes clear to the reader that the best Finnish architecture has never - despite Aalto's dominance - been in the hands of one or two designers, but rather of a broadly based building culture.
Dobbins's account is broadly based and immensely detailed.
The task force called for broadly based partnerships linking well-equipped "leading-edge" sites to experimental facilities at universities, specialized research centers, and regional computing operations.
The most significant increases in the broadly based November advance were in nondurable materials and information processing equipment.
Voter guides, Gibbs said, must be accurate, broadly based and cannot be distributed only at election time.
In an, case, Jones's education in architecture was broadly based, and as well as Palladio's I quattro libri he owned books on architecture by Serlio, Alberti, and Vitruvius.