add or subtract

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  • Each state is free to add or subtract levels as each state sees fit.
  • Such measures typically start with equity and then add or subtract other measures.
  • In addition, there are other tiles which will add or subtract a set amount of gold if you land on them.
  • The more precise method is to add or subtract half the number of days in a year to the birth date.
  • It could add or subtract 5000 times a second, a thousand times faster than any other machine.
  • Adding or subtracting negative zero to/from another value produces the original value.
  • Nothing now occurs to add or subtract to or from the principles or general purposes stated and expressed in those documents. Cited from Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Abraham Lincoln, by Richardson
  • Any change in how these units are defined will add or subtract a constant from the value of the entropy.
  • If written scores are kept, it is sufficient to add or subtract the value from the calling player's points alone.
  • Removing and adding characters simply involves adding or subtracting the first or last term.
  • He mostly sang his own compositions, which he could perform at any length by adding or subtracting verses.
  • Whatever her remaining span of existence might add or subtract, was part of the bargain. Cited from Cleopatra, by Georg Ebers, v7
  • The bettor will get points on his favor to add or subtract to the teams chosen to improve the point spread chosen.
  • One way to look inside these materials is to add or subtract small increments of remanence.
  • Such operations may include adding or subtracting two numbers, comparing numbers, or jumping to a different part of a program.
  • Large differences in the number of teeth may require adding or subtracting chain links to achieve proper fit.
  • Different ethnic groups add or subtract from the set of agents of affliction, but these are the most common.
  • The teacher can add or subtract as time or local conditions demand, and is earnestly exhorted so to do. Cited from A Bird's-Eye View of the Bible, 2nd Edn., by Frank Nelson Palmer
  • By either adding or subtracting the resulting signals, a lower or upper sideband signal results.
  • These versions shift the second operand to the left by two or three bits before adding or subtracting.
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