- 1) She listened to his potted biographies and textual addenda, showing polite interest and making all the right noises.
- 2) 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.
- 3) Moreover, both were in the 19 pages of addenda to the standard 11-page purchase contract.
- 4) The purpose of these clauses or addenda is to provide buyers and sellers a list of what is being conveyed and what is excluded.
- 5) 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).
- 6) (Note: If the slip of paper does not make a correction, but rather supplies additional information, it is called an “addenda slip”.)
- 7) 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.
- 8) 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.
- 9) 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.
- 10) The defense team's allegation could quickly become a viral rumor with all sorts of addenda to it.
- 1) `Of course not,' said Mr Golightly, who needed no addendum.
- 2) He had MacKenzie's report, an addendum to Soviet Naval Command's.
- 3) Aaron - your addendum is sound advice, however the summer olympic committee should investigate this new found technique, implement it, and maybe somebody might actually tune in.
- 4) The COS Effect Readers, this addendum is in recognition that some of you (like me) may, whilst purchasing one of the above or similar TPD, wish to augment your wardrobe with simple, less expensive pieces.
- 5) His piece additionally featured a 121-word addendum directly attacking the free-ticket protocol violated by Gerard and Winer:
- 6) Honest Services Fraud refers to the 28 word addendum to the U.S. penal code added by Congress in 1988.
- 7) The primary motivation behind the addendum was the committee's decision that council is entitled to cost-of-living increases.
- 8) The addendum, which is a discussion of the scales of the maqamat, which has partly Hebrew titles and again extremely short Hebrew descriptions / definitions.
- 9) The last clause in the addendum was a beauty: the company could discharge Swanson for any reason if “at any time in the future, through no fault of Famous Players-Lasky and/or without its connivance and consent, first party shall be charged with adulterous conduct or immoral relations with men other than her husband, and such charges or any of them are published in the public press, the waiver herein contained shall be null and void and of no force and effect.”
- 10) (binary module) to a book (kernel) under the GPL, but could they really argue that the addendum is a separate work if the only form of distribution for the modification is provided as a work-as-whole?
- 11) ‘The cover has changed, the map of Egypt is missing, and additions and corrections have been placed as an addendum on page 205 instead of directly in the text.’
- 12) ‘For the articles that appeared in the earlier edition, addenda include the new data that is available; only a handful of the original articles were rewritten.’
- 13) ‘He welcomes any professional updates or addenda to his primer.’
- 14) ‘There are concluding addenda, appendices, and a thankfully comprehensive index.’
- 15) ‘He tackles his subject in six chapters supplemented by addenda from other scholars.’
- 16) ‘If I source one in the future, I will publish an addendum to this review.’
- 17) ‘In addition, the paper comes with an on-line addendum of about 100 pages, although this is unfigured and largely concerns the cladistic analysis.’
- 18) ‘When I get around to reading the book, perhaps I'll make a small addendum to this review.’
- 19) ‘At the end of the column, an addendum will list several royal recipes for you to try.’
- 20) ‘Many of these excerpts have not previously been published, and they include a major addition to his literary corpus - a 52-page manuscript addendum to Nabokov's most important Russian novel, The Gift.’
- 21) ‘For those of you who haven't read the Act itself, the document is a fragmented mess of addenda, revisions, and additions to the U.S. Civil Code.’
- 22) ‘Just a few months before his death on 29 June 1988, he wrote an addendum to his early essay ‘Two Theological Languages,’ which was being republished.’
- 23) ‘This addendum accomplishes several rhetorical tasks at once.’
- 24) ‘Ashley emailed me this morning with a list of errata and addenda.’
- 25) ‘Would it help matters if I published your addendum?’
- 26) ‘This section is little more than an addendum to the rest of the book and would not be missed.’
- 27) ‘With most products, the crucial information on commission, which the IFA is required to reveal, comes as an addendum at the end of a 12-page document.’
- 28) ‘But he added after pressure from Mr Gray: ‘We will be publishing those figures as a addendum by the end of March.’’
- 29) ‘It had an addendum page printed in blue, with some late-breaking news.’
- 30) ‘These texts, along with genealogical charts, photographs of manuscript leaves, and other useful addenda add to the overall scholarly nature of the collection.’
- 31) an addendum can also be referred to as an appendix