Antonyms for appendices

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Filaments of equal length with the petals, with 1–2 appendices at the base.

The duties of the pastorate and of the magistracy were stated in appendices.

All the other papers are new, and three Appendices on points of detail are added.

There are three additions or appendices to the Book of Judges.

I give the following explanation concerning these appendices.

The two appendices whip the viscous secretion of the glands into foam.

There are also other parts of learning which are appendices to history.

One of the Appendices to this volume contains an account of some ancient sculptures on the walls of certain caves in Fife.

The reader will note that in the Appendices a considerable amount of interesting data has been collected.

They inferred various circumstances from the several ducts and the shapes and sizes of the lobes and their appendices.