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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The second group is the third group with only four added, and the first group is the fourth group with only five subtracted.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
He heard the arithmetic class reciting and learned that only things of the same denomination can be subtracted from each other.
The axiom, "Equals subtracted from equals leave equal differences," may be demonstrated from the two axioms in the text.
Each year for the past four, it has given a substantial surplus to be subtracted from the original investment.
THE FAT OF THE LANDJOHN WILLIAMS STREETER
This is obviously in conformity with the mathematical principle that equals subtracted from equals leave equal balances.
The thought should be clothed in a perfect body, so that nothing can be added or subtracted without marring the beauty.
An additional syllable may be added to a foot or subtracted from it when the time of the foot or verse is not changed.
It is no mere detail which could be added or subtracted by a narrator without altering the essence of the story.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
Pleasure and pain, as it has been urged, are not quantities that can be added and subtracted.
ON THE ETHICS OF NATURALISMWILLIAM RITCHIE SORLEY
When the absences have been considerable, their total amount must be subtracted.

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