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adverb as in furthermore

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“Any additional participants from the video that are able to be identified will also receive $100 citations in the mail,” she said.

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He said the company would comply with any laws that required additional consent from individuals to use their data in specific research projects.

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The settlement’s stated reforms make three additional changes to standard operating procedure around warrants.

From Vox

So referees face no additional incentive review a call just to make sure it is correct, and thus improve their grade, which can affect their playoff game assignments.

The manufacturer rejected adding a sophisticated safety system that might have helped in the accidents at least in part because it would have required additional training.

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Additionally, ALMA consists of up to 66 telescopes acting together.

Additionally, any information they release could potentially poison a jury pool.

Additionally, the so-called DDG-1000 can also carry either a pair of helicopters or a single helicopter and a trio of drones.

Additionally, there is little to no cooperation or coordination with moderate rebel forces and the U.S. military.

Moses became president of the Long Island State Park Commission and then—additionally—chairman of the State Council of Parks.

He is additionally famous, however, on another and very different count.

The very first obligation, voluntarily accepted by personally or socially discharging it, binds additionally to it.

It is to be borne in mind additionally that they were both young; she a child in years; he a child in lack of worldly experience.

The night seemed additionally dark here under the elms, and Sir Marmaduke searched in his pocket for his tinder-box.

Cashel, additionally enraged by a sting of remorse, went out and slammed the door.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to additionally, such as: also, and, and plus.

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