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annex, annexe

A subsidiary structure near or adjoining a larger principal building.
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Battery will become part of the Annex, Havas' global network designed to help brands tap into the business of culture, and be renamed Battery Annex.
A recent study conducted by The Annex pointed to the strong associations consumers have for quinoa.
The Town of Awendaw annexed the strip, 1.25 miles long but just ten feet wide, in 2004.
Students on the IUPUC and Ivy Tech campuses say they know the Annex exists, but most find it too pricey.
All political parties signed the security annex on Sept.
"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.
Once the last annex is signed, it will complete the Bangsamoro peace agreement that would bring about a transition to the Bangsamoro political entity.
The signing of the power-sharing annex brings the government and the MILF closer to achieving a comprehensive peace deal, touted as the cornerstone of the administration of President Aquino.
The acquisition of the Desmolux product portfolio will complement Annex's leading position in Ebecryl UV/EB radiation curing products.
Women's Annex is poised to change that by giving women a jumpstart on digital media while working within the educational system in Afghanistan.
Annex I concerns advances on maintenance payments (Part I) and special childbirth and adoption allowances (Part II).
Gargano and the man who appointed him to his position as the state's economic development czar, Governor Pataki, have envisioned only the conversion of Farley Post Office's eastern annex into a train station with significant mixed use commercial space.