from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A plural of appendix.
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- n. Plural form of appendix.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of appendix.
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A special feature of the appendices is the description of the extraordinary ceremonies of the liturgical year in English translation.
A special feature of the appendices is the index containing each and every text of the traditional Latin Missal and made searchable on the basis of textual types, initials, liturgical use, and biblical loci.
NASA said "Access to the appendices is restricted due to the sensitive nature of the data they contain."
Think a more literarily accesible G. Wolfe with the science/worldview of Roger Penrose - equations in appendices though
The archival sources tend to separate the specific vocabularies of currencies and commodities in appendices and end tables, which in turn can lead investigators away from full comprehension of Hindki market activities.
Former officials of the Justice Department and the I.R.S. dismissed Mr. Barrett's conclusions in appendices attached to the report, saying the findings were the product of an inquiry that was incompetently managed from the start.
In 2007 Kilgour and Matas finalized a 46-page document, accompanied by 14 appendices, which is the culmination of their investigation into allegations that Falun Gong prisoners of conscience in China have been murdered for their vital organs-including hearts, kidneys, livers and corneas-which are then sold for profit.
In 2007 Kilgour and Matas finalized a 46-page document, accompanied by 14 appendices, which is the culmination of their investigation into allegations that Falun Gong prisoners of conscience in China have been murdered for their vital organs -- including hearts, kidneys, livers and corneas -- which are then sold for profit.
These are termed the appendices vesiculosæ (hydatids of Morgagni).
In the course of the colon the peritoneal coat is thrown into a number of small pouches filled with fat, called appendices epiploicæ.