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Definition of Addibility

Addibility
Addibility Add`i*bil"i*ty, n. The quantity of being addible; capability of addition. --Locke.

Meaning of Addibility from wikipedia

- Add-on may refer to: Plug-in (computing), a piece of software which enhances another software application and usually cannot be run independently Browser...
- AddThis is a social bookmarking service that can be integrated into a website with the use of a web widget. Once the widget is added, visitors to the website...
- ADD is attention deficit disorder, a former name of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Add or ADD may also refer to: A.D.D. (Audio Day Dream), a...
- labor cost is the unit value added. Summing value added per unit over all units sold is total value added. Total value added is equivalent to revenue less...
- Add-on is the Mozilla term for software modules that can be added to the Firefox web browser and related applications. There are three types: extensions...
- Added sugars are sugar carbohydrates (caloric sweeteners) added to food and beverages during their production (industrial processing). This type of sugar...
- In the telecommunications industry, on a conceptual level, value-added services add value to the standard service offering, spurring subscribers to use...
- Add oil is a Hong Kong English expression used as an encouragement and support to a person. Derived from the Chinese phrase ****au (or Jiayou; Chinese:...
- Added value in financial analysis of shares is to be distinguished from value added. It is used as a measure of shareholder value, calculated using the...
- An adding machine is a cl**** of mechanical calculator, usually specialized for bookkeeping calculations. In the United States, the earliest adding machines...
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