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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of superadd.


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  • The molars are known as the superadded permanent teeth because they do not take the place of milk teeth, but form farther back as the jaw grows in length.

    Physiology and Hygiene for Secondary Schools Francis M. Walters

  • These are three in number on either side in each jaw, and are termed superadded permanent teeth.

    XI. Splanchnology. 2a. The Mouth 1918

  • Faith is consequently an intellectual assent; a kind of superadded knowledge distinct from, yet continuous with, the knowledge derived from experience.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize 1840-1916 1913

  • These five days are to this day called the "Epagomenae," [FN#297] that is, the superadded, and they are observed by them as the birthdays of their gods. [

    Legends of the Gods The Egyptian Texts, edited with Translations 1895

  • However, Locke allows, it is possible that God has superadded the power of thought directly to matter.

    Locke's Philosophy of Science Kochiras, Hylarie 2009

  • Whereas Locke argues that the human being might, for all we know, be matter with thought superadded, Norris claims in no uncertain terms that the human being is a substantial union.

    Motherly Advice Trace Sheridan 2009

  • This reading implies a distinction in etiology for superadded qualities.

    Locke's Philosophy of Science Kochiras, Hylarie 2009

  • Locke, at 4.3.6 of the Essay, states we might be bodies with thought superadded.

    Motherly Advice Trace Sheridan 2009

  • According to Ayers '“divine architect” interpretation, Locke makes no distinction in etiology by calling a property superadded; he means only that God selected the property with particular care when first creating matter.

    Locke's Philosophy of Science Kochiras, Hylarie 2009

  • Newton consistently denies that it is essential (for instance in his explanatory remarks following Rule 3 of the Principia) and Locke refers to it only as power superadded or endowed by God.

    Locke's Philosophy of Science Kochiras, Hylarie 2009


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