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add-on

a feature that can be added to a standard model or package to give increased benefits

add-on

[′ad‚ȯn]
(computer science)
A peripheral device, such as a printer or disk drive, that is added to a basic computer.

add-on

(1) Software that adds functionality to an existing application. See plug-in.

(2) Hardware that is installed into an existing system. See add-in.
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PDS Engineering & Construction offered add-on bids of $132,000, $77,000, $100,000 and $118,000.
A first layer common to OSS includes the community of add-ons developers.
Microsoft's translation add-on works with Word 2003 and 2007, is available from the SourceForge project page and will be added to Microsoft's website shortly.
MGS supplies a portable add-on unit based on its Universal Multi-Shot (UMS) series of add-on injection units.
With add-ons the final figure could reach pounds 8m.
I'm well aware that the Cluster Analysis function is under the Statistics Add-on package, and as it said in my review, I had to find it under that section, which, as you correctly point out, is under the Add-on tab (this brings up two errors: one, I should have said 'Add-ons/ Statistics/Cluster Analysis' rather than 'Cluster Analysis/Statistics;' and two, I should have specified 'FindClusters' rather than 'Find Cluster' as the reference).
Nursing homes would also continue to receive about $1 billion in temporary add-on payments in FY 2004 because of CMS's decision to retain the current classification system that establishes daily payment rates--at least for the time being.
now has additional business in Latin America due to a series of new contracts and service add-ons to existing contracts with combined value of more than $65 million.
Some Washburne district residents fear the add-ons will affect the neighborhood's historic character, and possibly even its listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
Rather than issuing a final regulation with the case mix refinement, HCFA issued an update notice retaining the 44-group RUG system, incorporating the market basket updates mandated by the BBA of 1997 and the 20 percent and 4 percent add-ons mandated by the Balanced Budget Refinement Act (BBRA) of 1999.
At press time, add-ons were limited to an Epson 740 Micro Piezo color ink-jet, a USB mouse, and JBL Platinum speakers with a digital audio port.
Spending less than $4 a month has appeal, but don't forget that these no-frills pills may require add-ons.