Addendum sentence example
- I learned that "Murphy's Law" has a little known but very important addendum.
- Councilor Hussey proposed an addendum to his proposal that its contents receive clearance from DARD.
- I would provide an addendum mentioning both sleep deprivation and frostbite.
- Note - At the time of writing this addendum, I have not visited Metalink to read up the details of any bugs reported.
- This second addendum is appended below in plain text.Advertisement
- Copies of the new addendum are now available to purchase, at a cost of GBP £ 50.
- Work on the first addendum has reached the final ISO balloting stage.
- Archive for August 24th, 2005 Simplicity is hard work A quick addendum to the earlier post about business investment in blogging.
- This study has resulted in a 58 page addendum to his book.
- Addendum Maududi uses Sura 9:11-12 to justify executing apostates.Advertisement
- Addendum to CTO Report The CTO presented addendum to CTO Report The CTO presented Addendum to his Report, a copy of which had been previously circulated to each Member.
- Addendum Some of the more interesting stats my little survey pack tells me.
- In practice it is usual to make the path of contact somewhat longer, viz, about 2.4 times the pitch; and with this length of path, and the obliquity already mentioned of 143/4, the addendum is about 3~I of the pitch.
- He appears to have joined the Homoean party, which took shape and acquired influence before the council of Constantinople in 360, where he adhered with the rest of the council to the creed of Ariminum, with the addendum that in future the terms inroTTao-cs and oucla should be excluded from Christological definitions.
- The radius of the pitch-circle of a wheel is called the geometrical radius; a circle touching the ends of the teeth is called the addendum circle, and its radius the real radius; the difference between these radii, being the projection of the teeth beyond the pitch-surface, is called the addendum.Advertisement
- The programme, however, expressly excluded for " weighty political reasons affecting great interests of the nation " the question of the military language; and on Tisza's motion the Liberal party adopted an addendum, sanctioned by the crown: " the party maintains the standpoint that the king has a right to fix the language of service and command in the Hungarian army on the basis of his constitutional prerogatives as recognized in clause 1 i of law XII.