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annex, annexe

A subsidiary structure near or adjoining a larger principal building.
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The roots of American annexationism in Puerto Rico extend back to the early 19th century fostered in part by commercial relations.
One on annexationism and dictatorship in the Dominican Republic is a political narrative that does not look to underlying causes.
In its representation of such proposals, Juanita's criticisms of Cuban society often suggest the benefits Cuba might experience from union with the United States; the novel, though, rejects antebellum annexationism on antislavery grounds.