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noun as in added material at end of document

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It clocks in at just under 1,000 pages, not including appendices, depending on the edition.

Brewster includes two letters in the appendices that will bring a tear to your eyes.

He has not taught Bill Belichick there are other ways to laugh besides thinking you have burst your appendices.

As a supplement to the last, he published four appendices, each considerably larger than the original essay.

Ethnographic Appendices, being the data upon which the caste chapter of the report is based.

Récit de Voyage avec notes et appendices sur les gens et les choses.

It has two appendices, concerning divination and fascination; these have rather vapoured forth fables than kindled truth.

I give the following explanation concerning these appendices.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to appendices, such as: postscript, addendum, index, codicil, addition, and notes.

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