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  • n. Plural form of addendum.


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  • I should have made it clear that I was just drawing attention to the fairly distant possibility of using some of any excess heat to provide some power, as a kind of addenda to my basic suggestion that some places in Europe are set up so that they may be able to make use of the waste heat in reforming natural or biogas to hydrogen to provide district hot water.

    Autoblog Green

  • In these ways, it's best to browse Tokyo, to get lost, almost as if you were in some virtual reality; more than any city I know, the place is like a website, alight with odd links, hobbyists 'addenda, animated figures and racing graphics.

    Big in Japan: why Tokyo is top

  • The defense team's allegation could quickly become a viral rumor with all sorts of addenda to it.

    Egypt Ex-Leader, Caged, Goes to Trial

  • The rest of the addenda is mostly devoted to disclaiming in great detail any and all responsibility on Fannie's part for the property, including whether or not the house is occupied.

    HARP Has a Logic, Though Program Is Badly Executed

  • Moreover, both were in the 19 pages of addenda to the standard 11-page purchase contract.

    HARP Has a Logic, Though Program Is Badly Executed

  • Friday's letter, however, states that Thomas actually did report the sources of his wife's income until 1997, therefore heightening the inference that the justice had not "misunderstood the reporting instructions," as he asserted in January when he filed seven pages of addenda correcting his omissions over a six-year period.

    Clarence Thomas Assailed For Alleged Ethical Lapses By More House Dems

  • (Note: If the slip of paper does not make a correction, but rather supplies additional information, it is called an “addenda slip”.)


  • The purpose of these clauses or addenda is to provide buyers and sellers a list of what is being conveyed and what is excluded.

    Determine what items will remain after a home sale

  • Sellers should carefully review the listing-agreement inclusions and exclusions addenda and confirm that they accurately list all the items they intend to sell (the inclusions) and those they intend to keep (the exclusions).

    Determine what items will remain after a home sale

  • The best approach is to carefully review the contract clauses or addenda that list the most common fixtures and personal property items and check off all that are in the home.

    Determine what items will remain after a home sale


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