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addition

Etymology: L, additio, something added
a chemical reaction in which two complete molecules combine to form a new product, usually by attachment to carbon atoms at a double or triple bond of one of the molecules.

addition

(ă-di′shŏn) [L. addere, to add]
In chemistry, a reaction in which two substances unite without loss of atoms or valence.
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Be sure the sub has agreed to provide additional insured coverage to your contractor in a written contract.
The considerations presented above are valid only if the neutron population in the lowest quantum state in such a system (with an additional interaction included) is sufficiently high to provide a measurable signal/noise ratio.
26, 2004, the date on which T filed the amended return and paid the additional tax due.
When a person or organization is added as an Additional Insured, the insurance coverage purchased by the Named Insured is extended to the Additional Insured laterally.
The clinical investigation team then identified 152 patients whose clinical presentation warranted collection of additional information, of whom 10 (7%) had additional laboratory testing performed at the state or CDC laboratories.
Install additional groundwater monitoring wells to test the water.
With regard to the possible need for additional disclosures that explain how non-PIN protected debit cards differ from other credit cards, the Board is studying this matter.
if your initial calculations indicate that the break-even point for adding a salesperson is too close for comfort, you should take another look at how the additional volume may result in lower labor costs, and so increase the contribution percentage.
The following types of plans are likely to produce an additional minimum liability on the balance sheet:
The Council advocated for additional funding as part of its issues agenda.
To qualify for the credit, the partnership, estate or trust must have paid the special additional tax for a tax year beginning on or after January 1, 2004.
To avoid confusion, the written statement also should (1) clearly communicate that it is being submitted to "show additional tax due," rather than merely to disclose the return position or item in question and (2) identify the adjustments to the taxpayer's taxable income that would appear on a properly completed Form 1120X, Amended U.

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