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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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The concentrations (mean [+ or -] SE) of progesterone, 170[alpha]-OHP, AED, and ADD in sediment samples from the Fenholloway River were 150.
Howard Peiper, authors of The ADD and ADHD Diet Book, also believe that food and environmental allergens are important.
Stanford and Hynd (1994) found that Children with ADD have been found to be more disabled academically and cognitively than those without ADD.
Jensen and his co-workers compared 68 military offspring with ADD to 200 children without psychiatric diagnoses seen by military physicians.
Early thinking held that children with ADD would eventually outgrow it.
Adds language to make it clear that the contracting officer placing an order on another agency's behalf is responsible for applying that agency's regulatory and statutory requirements; and that the requiring activity is required to provide information on the applicable regulatory and statutory requirements to the contracting officer
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Some very handy functions for CPAs are in the Insert category of the Commands menu: for example, Rows (which adds a row to a spreadsheet), Columns (which adds a column) and the +, - and = signs (for putting those functions into a formula).
While compounding has many advantages for the fabricator, it also adds to his responsibility for quality.