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- adj. Additional; added to supply what is wanted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as supplemental.
- Especially, in anatomy and zoology, additional (to what is normal, ordinary, or usual); added, as something secondary, subsidiary, or useless; supernumerary; extra: as, a supplementary digit (a sixth finger or toe).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. functioning in a supporting capacity
- adj. added to complete or make up a deficiency
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That these verses are entirely supplementary is the simplest and most natural view of them.
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Seniors, or most of them, have to already purchase "private health insurance" to go along with Medicare, it's called a supplementary plan to close the "gap", except Rx's get screwed bigtime.
The regulatory filings detail all account data for so-called supplementary accounts, but consist almost entirely of data about the retained-asset accounts.
The Treasury said the projected increase in borrowing reflected costs from a continuation of the so-called supplementary financing program -- a program started last year that allows for the auction of Treasury bills to provide cash for use in Federal Reserve initiatives designed to support ailing credit markets -- and a decrease in revenue collected by the government.
The supplementarity principle, also referred to as the supplementary principle, is one of the principles of the Kyoto Protocol.
A garden is defined as a supplementary food production system that is under the management and control of household members.
In other branches it is only supplementary, that is, it is merely subsidiary to the German law.
Among the ancient Egyptians the month consisted of thirty days invariably; and in order to complete the year, five days were added at the end, called supplementary days.