- v. present participle of add.
“The 3-D Ostroff declared that The CW was taking a 3-D (Demographic, Desirable, Destination) approach which she described as adding up to OMG TV.”
“Not content with writin 'up' Pickwick, 'they put' Moses 'afore it, which I calls adding insult to injury.”
“I didn’t want to be just another name adding my name to a product.”
“Please drop by sometimes soon if you are interested in adding these materials to your archives.”
“After the Obama plane mishap, Midwest Airlines, operator of the charter, released a maintenance bulletin adding an additional check to ensure the security of the slide cover tie-down straps.”
“Some counties are slow in adding their new registrations so that is how there are more votes than registered voters.”
“One question (not so much to think about in adding to the testimony but possibly in terms of answering questions) is what sort of lines Congress could draw regarding cell phone location information, and what happens as the industry goes forward?”
“They hold the door open to Favre despite his spending the offseason at home, they send teammates to fetch him to report, they add money to his contract with no strings attached and now it appears they welcomed his input in adding this special talent to the roster.”
“He is fair, if tight-lipped, in adding a number of testimonies from the right — thus anticipating the famous “Obamacon” defectors, from Peggy Noonan to Christopher Buckley, who were such a feature of the post-convention (i.e., post – Palin nomination) months of the campaign.”
“This mainly reminds me of OnStar's experiments in adding Facebook to its in-car communications systems: It looks neat, but who needs this?”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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