Definitions for addendum
əˈdɛn dəm; assaf(-də)ad·den·dum
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addendum, supplement, postscriptnoun
textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end
Something to be added; especially text added as an appendix or supplement to a document.
The height by which the tooth of a gear projects beyond (outside for external, or inside for internal) the standard pitch circle or pitch line.
Etymology: From the gerundive of addere.
An addendum or appendix, in general, is an addition required to be made to a document by its author subsequent to its printing or publication. It comes from the gerundive addendum, plural addenda, "that which is to be added," from addere (lit. ''give toward'', compare with memorandum, agenda, corrigenda).
An addendum is an additional section or material that is added to a book, document, contract, or other written work, usually at the end. It is used to provide supplementary information, explanations, or revisions which were not included in the original material.
a thing to be added; an appendix or addition
Etymology: [L., fr. addere to add.]
An addendum, in general, is an addition required to be made to a document by its author subsequent to its printing or publication. It comes from the Latin verbal phrase addendum est, being the gerundive form of the verb addo, addere, addidi, additum, "to give to, add to", meaning " must be added". Addenda is from the plural form addenda sunt, " which must be added"..
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ad-den′dum, n. a thing to be added: an appendix:—pl. Adden′da. [L. See Add.]
The numerical value of addendum in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of addendum in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Because the addendum is not public, today's vote is no substitute for action by the Administration and intelligence community to more fully brief the American people on what foreign powers may be doing to influence the election and do so in real time, we must not have another presidential election marred by foreign interference when there was more we could do to prevent it, deter it and expose it to the American people.
> (CNN)The first rule of politics has long been to never, ever compare anything to Nazi Germany. The murder of 6 million Jews defies comparison. The second rule of politics -- or maybe just an addendum to the first rule -- should be: Never compare anything to the mission that led to the death of Osama bin Laden.Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (yes, him again) seemed to have missed that class in politician school.Here's DeSantis speaking at an event of a school reopening on Wednesday night in Tallahassee:.
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