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- adv. In addition; also.
- adv. To the same effect
- adv. me too
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. also; too; besides.
- adv. See under As.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in addition
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More stories were exchanged, and some started talking about the modifications and improvements to the da Vinci—the addition of guest quarters, for example, as well as the expansion of the hololab, the more versatile tractor beams, and the industrial replicator.
Between the on-the-square revenue he made from alcohol and food and the added income from the illegal gambling, as well as loan-sharking which was a natural extension of bookmaking, Ido soon became a wealthy man.
Not only do I see Jake Ryan aka my lucky charm of a fantasy boyfriend living, breathing, moving, and talking, but I see a world so foreign to me I may as well be watching Star Wars instead of Sixteen Candles; both are science fiction.
But there had once been another: a stone structure built on the northern shore of the Quoddy Narrows by a local Baptist minister as a symbol of God's light as well as a warning to mariners.
Thanks as well to James Kimsey for his diligence and support.
Tod Goldberg is the author of the novels Living Dead Girl, a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and Fake Liar Cheat, as well as, most recently, the short story collection Simplify, winner of the Other Voices Short Story Collection Prize.
The downside was that I might as well have had ARRESTED ADOLESCENCE painted on the side in big black letters.
Disruptions caused by the rallies — whether pro-democracy or pro-government — as well as the military onslaught has hurt incomes, said many Syrians who expressed anger over the economy.
It was equipped with a forty-mile radar, GPS, LORAN, and WeatherFax, as well as VHF and single sideband radio and an EPIRB emergency system.
They continued to hold weekly meetings at Harambe over that summer, fall, and winter, naming themselves the Toxic Waste/ Lupus Coalition, with the specific goals of alerting residents to the hazardous site at 858 East Ferry as well as forcing the city and state to do something to better protect the people who lived in the neighborhood.