appendices appendices


  1. (n) supplementary material that is collected and appended at the back of a book
  2. (n) a vestigial process that extends from the lower end of the cecum and that resembles a small pouch


  1. Fellow physicians watched admiringly as he sliced out tonsils, neatly opened countless abdomens, knowingly probed the visceral coils for appendices and other disorders.
  2. There are even extensive appendices outlining the soil growth and planting schedules that Atreides projected for his centuries-long ecological project to make Arrakis bloom.
  3. But the book's appendices, not just one but two, are inflamed with gossipy life.


  • Cumberland Gap BMA to review plan check fees

    What started as a discussion of appendices in the code book regarding building permits turned into what could have been a history lesson of the evolution of building permits and plan check fees at ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: The Middlesboro Daily


  1. "In the four books that are in the domain of the copyright, there are appendices and ideas and things that can be traced without risk," del Toro said. "But I have to be careful not to overstep. We believe there is a way to create this film...
    on Jun 27, 2008 By: Guillermo del Toro Source: (blog)

  2. In scenes not witnessed before in federal politics, Mr Rudd said: "This is the age of professional women who run their own companies and have their own lives and are not the appendices of middle-aged men."
    on May 24, 2007 By: Kevin Rudd Source: Daily Telegraph

  3. "There are some parliamentary blocs that call for the addition of some appendices to this law. Fine, the committee is studying this and the appendices could be included in this law despite the fact that if the voting took place in parliament...
    on Aug 29, 2007 By: Adil Abdul-Mahdi Source: Gulf Daily News

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