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annex, annexe

A subsidiary structure near or adjoining a larger principal building.
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Justice Kaye Hearn, writing for the court, distinguished the court's past rulings on the 100 percent method, saying that the limitations on legal standing would apply only when there is no allegation of "nefarious conduct" by the annexing body.
"We do not believe the General Assembly intended to preclude standing where there is a credible allegation that the annexing body engaged in deceitful conduct," Hearn wrote.
During a visit by this writer to the area in the fall of 1993, a senior official of the Jaffe Center for Strategic Studies admitted privately that Israel was committed to annexing an additional 12 percent of the West Bank as a quid pro quo for the inevitable Palestinian demand for a West Bank-Gaza corridor in final status talks.