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(computer science)
(mathematics)
To perform addition.
(ordnance)
A fire correction term used by observers in adjusting fire to indicate that an increase in range (of so many yards) will follow and is desired.

ADD.

1. On drawings, abbr. for addendum. 2. On drawings, abbr. for addition.
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I will only add that, prior to the appearance of the Constitution, I rarely met with an intelligent man from any of the States, who did not admit, as the result of experience, that the UNITY of the executive of this State was one of the best of the distinguishing features of our constitution.
They solicit the attention of those only, who add to a sincere zeal for the happiness of their country, a temper favorable to a just estimate of the means of promoting it.
Apart from the one fundamental nastiness the luckless mouse succeeds in creating around it so many other nastinesses in the form of doubts and questions, adds to the one question so many unsettled questions that there inevitably works up around it a sort of fatal brew, a stinking mess, made up of its doubts, emotions, and of the contempt spat upon it by the direct men of action who stand solemnly about it as judges and arbitrators, laughing at it till their healthy sides ache.
They say every year adds half a pound to the weight of the bones," said another, lifting the feet.
And of that which is neither yours nor your subjects' you can be a ready giver, as were Cyrus, Caesar, and Alexander; because it does not take away your reputation if you squander that of others, but adds to it; it is only squandering your own that injures you.
As for myself," adds the curtain, "I am altogether in good health and spirits, glory be to God
To which he adds that of Bracieux, an estate which has been a barony, by my troth.
When men once turn to brutes, the trifle of man's wit that remains in them adds tenfold to their brutality.
Accustomed," adds Captain Bonneville, "as I had heretofore been, to find the wretched Indian revelling in blood, and stained by every vice which can degrade human nature, I could scarcely realize the scene which I had witnessed.
She is accustomed to do all that, I own; but to do it in a manner that adds to its value by her simple unaffected feelings.
It is a memory that gives a more exquisite touch to tenderness, that feeds the madness of jealousy and adds the last keenness to the agony of despair.
He adds, that 'in complexion they were nearly white; of good stature, and finely formed; and on their faces and bodies were delineated representations of fishes and other devices'.