appendix

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  • Boys begin the three appendices when they are ten years old, and finish them in three years. Cited from India: What can it teach us?, by F. Max Muller
  • This appendix is now nearly as long as the original book.
  • She was told that she was to have her appendix removed.
  • The first two new editions simply added appendices of new songs to the back of the book.
  • Also included are two appendices which deal with matters of free will and the value of prayer.
  • Each ending comes with an appendix that provides additional information on it.
  • However we do have the appendix portion at the end.
  • The recording also includes a second appendix with the original, longer version of the finale.
  • The book also includes appendices with a song list, video list and some notes on their unpublished material.
  • His heart was on the right and his appendix and all other organs were on the wrong side.
  • The drawing and construction details of the flag are given in the first appendix.
  • Names of non-rock types and archaic rock types are given as appendices.
  • Why did he need his appendix removed -- twice?!
  • The book ends by saying that no appendix was found.
  • Many of these models are detailed in the appendix in the back of the books.
  • Often they could not find the appendix and would start to remove intestines.
  • His next American trip one and a half years later even ended with an appendix operation in New York.
  • Four appendices set out particular species for protection.
  • There are also species that have only some populations listed in an Appendix.
  • All persons referred to and all terms and places are referenced in appendices.
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Words starting with appendix

Meaning of appendix

  • noun Supplementary material that is collected and appended at the back of a book
  • noun A vestigial process that extends from the lower end of the cecum and that resembles a small pouch