supplemental

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Then there came a supplemental clause as to the peculiar care of the animal.

Six volumes of Supplemental Nights were issued by Burton between 1886 and 1888.

It was I who had overlooked Mr. Collier's supplemental note.

The practice of keeping a supplemental or inactive roll is not approved.

It ought, by supplemental legislation, to be extended to all cases.

But in the Supplemental Nights, as in the Nights proper, his great feature is the annotating.

Indeed, he quotes him, at the end of his Supplemental Nights, vol.

His defence of his notes will be found in the last volume of his Supplemental Nights.

The rosettes which form a supplemental decoration are white.

In the supplemental work the examinations are conducted in written form.

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