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  • n. Plural form of add.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of add.

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Examples

  • The title adds melee combat to enable deeper co-operative gameplay, with items such as a chainsaws, frying pans, axes, baseball bats, and more.

    NoFrag

  • Set for release on November 17, the title adds melee combat to enable deeper co-operative gameplay, with items such as a chainsaw, frying pan, axe, baseball bat, and more.

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  • As it is important that the title adds value and resonates strongly with kids, we decided on 8 Ink Media with whom we have worked closely on

    The Marketing & Media community of South Africa

  • The prospect for a big move up or down over the term adds to the option value of the stock.

    Asia Times Online

  • One full-time employee and one part-timer help him track down the master tapes of out-of-print LPs (the label adds five to 10 new albums a month) - and the people who made them.

    Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com

  • If instead we want to draw attention to the fact that actors accomplish this boundary, and how they do it, I don't see how this term adds anything to the scholarship.

    The Magic Circle

  • The title adds another clue: The Chainbreaker Bike Book: A Rough Guide to Bicycle Maintenance.

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  • Unfortunately, Marvelous forgot to share specifics on what the "Battle Stance 'part of the title adds to the game.

    IGN Complete

  • The most important issue for the United States and the international community, he adds, is [to make sure there are] no more wars in Sudan, a country that has experienced genocide in Darfur, mass killings in the south, and economic disaster in the north.

    Sudan President Cautions Against Referendum on Secession Prior To Settling Regional Disputes

  • The problem, the independent Ethiopian Economic Association (EEA) adds, is that the current civilian government, by making land a constitutional subject, will not brook any discussion on state ownership of land.

    Ethiopia Bleg, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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