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Definition of Additional

Additional
Additional Ad*di"tion*al, a. Added; supplemental; in the way of an addition.
Additional
Additional Ad*di"tion*al, n. Something added. [R.] --Bacon.

Meaning of Additional from wikipedia

- Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) is an Indian Police Service rank. Though having the maximum possible 3-star police rank just like Director...
- Additional Mathematics is a qualification in mathematics, commonly taken by students in high-school (or GCSE exam takers in United Kingdom). It is applied...
- Additional time may refer to: Stoppage time, extra game time at the end of a half in ****ociation football (soccer) Overtime (sports), additional period...
- Additionality is the property of an activity being additional. It is a determination of whether an intervention has an effect, when the intervention is...
- Plummer Additional is a township and single tier muni****lity located in Algoma District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. The township had a po****tion...
- The additional member system (AMS), also known as mixed-member proportional representation (MMP) outside the United Kingdom, is a mixed electoral system...
- Latin Extended Additional is a Unicode block. The characters in this block are mostly precomposed combinations of Latin letters with one or more general...
- Additional Secretary (often abbreviated as AS, GoI or Union Additional Secretary or Additional Secretary to Government of India) is a post and a rank under...
- In US insurance policies, an additional insured is a person or organization that enjoys the benefits of being insured under an insurance policy, in addition...
- Additional rent is a term used in commercial real estate to describe a variety of rent-like cash flows from tenants that are not part of the traditional...
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