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- v. Present participle of append.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Attached; appendant.
- n. Addition; an addition.
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I already have the domain appending code, so I just needed the if statement.
The modern era of niche marketing began in the 1980s, when Bible publishers hit upon the idea of appending commentary aimed at particular audiences, such as women or teens.
Is it just possible that Mr. Klaus is going to shame us all by NOT leaving us in the lurch at the last minute but that he will find some way of spinning out the business of evading appending his signature to the Treaty on the Czech Republic's part?
That gets you the same results as appending & as_qdr = y15 to the end of your search.
Currently, Smith describes her illness as "better," appending the statement with, "I still have my painful moments."
Another point worth mentioning is the above example is really mainly for illustrative purposes, and you should find a more obscure way to add letters to your base "word" than just appending the site's initials, which can be too easy to figure out.
I also wonder if this got into the bill, not because of back-door “special interests” appending something at the last minute, but as a leftover from an attempt to woo Grassley who was strongly pursued by the “moderate” democrats early on in the process.
Was I even Jewish anymore -- the 'ish' appending my classification suddenly appearing more appropriate?
Recognising that humans felt better appending names to things — animals, vehicles, weapons, and now androids — Roo had not corrected him.
On the last leg of his voyage to Cadiz, "about two hundred of these Indians died," a passenger recorded, appending, "We cast them into the sea."
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