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- adv. By way of addition; in addition to; also.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By way of addition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By way of addition.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in addition, by way of addition; furthermore
World Series MVP Hideki Matsui as well as left fielder Johnny Damon became giveaway agents Monday as well as 37-year-old left-hander Andy Pettitte additionally is eligible for file.
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He additionally is an instructor in the use of various martial arts weapons including the Baton; Bo; Jo Staff; Sai; Sticks; Three (3)
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Ria Ramkissoon, 21, also known as “Princess Marie,” additionally is charged with child abuse, reckless endangerment and other offenses in the death of 21-month-old Javon Thompson.
GRACE: Dave, did you learn anything additionally from the Dutch version of this interview, as opposed to what we heard here in America?
On the Tim Russert discussion, additionally, is there the feeling this man intentionally lied?
Alternatively, or additionally, is there not some way by which sea water can be economically converted and piped into the central part of Australia?
This comment once we have voicing of the "clipped" deictic, Syncope is triggered due to heavy stress accent and so the duration of the remnant supershort schwa word-finally contributes to adding length to the surviving vowel in the now monosyllabic word additionally seems to propose getting compensatory lengthening twice out of the loss of one segment, which is pretty implausible.
Greek, "the law came in additionally and incidentally"), intervening between the promise and its fulfilment in Christ. come -- (Compare "faith came," Ga 3: 23). the promise -- (Ro 4: 21). ordained -- Greek, "constituted" or "disposed." by angels -- as the instrumental enactors of the law [Alford] God delegated the law to angels as something rather alien to Him and severe