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annex, annexe

A subsidiary structure near or adjoining a larger principal building.
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Boschi conceived the complex of annexe, gardens and cloisters as a single articulated entity: and in converting it into a coherent museum, his hand has been light and his interventions modest.
Today the government and the MILF jointly signed the annex on normalisation, the last of the four Annexes to the GPH-MILF Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro (FAB), which was completed on 15 October 2012.
The Parties made substantial progress on the remaining Annexes on Power-Sharing and Normalization.
Some of these annexes (I Part 2, VI, VIII, IX and XI) contain provisions which correspond to equivalent provisions in Regulation 1408/71 but need to be supplemented or updated due to the accession of new member states (the 12 or the two latest newcomers).
Annex I: the exhaustive list of existing active substances which have been identified and notified, in other words for which operators have prepared complete dossiers enabling an assessment of their safety of use with regard to human health and the environment with a view to their inclusion in one of the annexes to the Directive;
The Ease of Use Profiles have annexes for each component in the SCSI system.