Some articles on additional:
... Other Way" Lisa Grant – vocals on "Knock It" David Kahne – engineer, additional guitars, additional keyboards Kurt McGettrick – baritone saxophone on "Turn the Other ...
... direction (US edition) Matt Fausak – assistant engineer Michael Fitzpatrick – additional engineer, additional programming William Howard – US cover photography Roger Joseph Manning, Jr ... additional keyboards Justin Meldal-Johnsen – electric bass Donald Milne – photography Mickey Petralia – additional producer, mixing Shari ...
... Raymond Watts Steve White Sakurai Atsushi – additional vocals (1) Imai Hisashi – additional guitars (1) Carol Ann Reynolds – additional vocals (1-3, 5) ...
... of other CPT-deployed tools have been developed over the years to provide additional subsurface information ... Additional tools such as laser-induced fluorescence, X-ray fluorescence, soil conductivity/resistivity, pH, temperature and membrane interface probe and cameras for ... An additional CPT deployed tool used in Britain, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and France is a piezocone combined with a tri-axial magnetometer ...
... enhanced features, new instructions, and additional registers ... Most new instructions were added to support the additional registers, as well as up to 32-bit math, hardware division, bit manipulations, and block transfers ... computer users, contained the first description of the 6309's additional capabilities ...
More definitions of "additional":
- (adj): More.
- (adj): One more or an added.
Example: "An additional piece of pie"
- (adj): Added to complete or make up a deficiency.
Example: "Additional reading"
Synonyms: supplementary, supplemental
Famous quotes containing the word additional:
“Dog. A kind of additional or subsidiary Deity designed to catch the overflow and surplus of the worlds worship.”
—Ambrose Bierce (18421914)
“Dont you think Ive had enough excitement for one evening, without the additional thrill of a strange man making love to me?”
—John L. Balderston (18991954)
“The world will never be long without some good reason to hate the unhappy; their real faults are immediately detected, and if those are not sufficient to sink them into infamy, an additional weight of calumny will be superadded.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)