annexe annexe


  • (n) an addition that extends a main building



  • Since the November election turned the National Assembly into a virtual annexe of the Elyse Palace, De Gaulle has ruled with little parliamentary criticism and with only muted .


  • Play The Generation Game Carefully, Warn Will Solicitors Coles Miller

    Solicitors Coles Miller are seeing a dramatic rise in the number of families living as three generations under one roof – there can be big financial pitfalls, they warn. Extending the family home with a granny annexe is becoming increasingly common as care home bills outstrip pensions across the UK. (PRWeb July 31, 2013) Read the full story at ...
    on July 31, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "This will lead to increased dependency on the import of goods and technologies and to a strengthening of our role as an energy annexe to the global economy. Following this scenario, we will not be able to guarantee the security of the country or...
    on Feb 8, 2008 By: Vladimir Putin Source: The Foreign Exchange Market

  2. "You may assume that what is there [in the annexe] - or they want you to assume that what is there - has to do with military intervention," Mr Alarcon says in an interview with the Guardian.
    on Aug 1, 2006 By: Ricardo Alarcon Source:

  3. "India has two basic non-negotiable positions. One, the basic distinction between Annexe I and non-Annexe I countries enshrined in the Kyoto Protocol must be maintained. Two, legally binding emission targets are for developed (Annexe I) countries....
    on Nov 11, 2009 By: Jairam Ramesh Source: Economic Times

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