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  • noun Plural form of add-in.


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  • The extra memory capacity comes at the cost of some compatibility with existing extensions to Office, such as 32-bit versions of ActiveX Controls and some 3rd party add-ins, in addition to 32-bit versions of programs that interface directly with Office.

    Choosing Between 32 Or 64-Bit Office 2010 | Lifehacker Australia

  • Makes about 8 servings, more depending on add-ins.

    Coconut Almond Granola | Baking Bites

  • The company says add-ins like black beans and quinoa make these salads full meals.

    The Salad Is in the Bag

  • While there are lots of different cheesecake recipes, a basic cheesecake with different types of add-ins does not make it a new type of cheesecake.

    Vanilla Yogurt Cheesecake | Baking Bites

  • If you watch your portions and can pare down the fatty toppings and add-ins, you can still enjoy your potatoes as you pare down your weight.

    The Small Change Diet

  • I simply adjust sentence-level things like syntax, word choice, etc., and put in clarification and add-ins where it seems necessary.

    Stuck Again? « A Little Imagination

  • The bread is less dense than many typical banana breads, and packs in lots of banana flavor, since it uses plenty of mashed bananas and not very many other add-ins.

    Bites from other Blogs | Baking Bites

  • In fact, this recipe is actually a breeze to put together (the base is not even cooked!) but the add-ins are what take a bit of time.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • A pinch of yeast (1/4 tsp) boosted my snoozing starter right back up to health, and I proceeded to mow the kitchen over for add-ins.

    Monday Bread

  • But Flash, a dominant Web technology before the advent of smartphones, relies on downloaded add-ins to browsers called plug-ins.

    HTML5: A Look Behind the Technology Changing the Web


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