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supernumerary

1. exceeding a regular or proper number; extra
2. an actor who has no lines, esp a nonprofessional one
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A wealthy supernumerary splashes his superior as he drives his tilbury to Longchamps and points with his whip to the poor father of a family, remarking to the pretty woman at his side, "That's my chief.
Goepel, who elected to become a supernumerary judge effective September 30, 2016.
The condition is known as supernumerary teeth, which causes an extra tooth or teeth to grow in often random places on the face.
Question and answer sessions on a range of subjects, including humanities, computer science, biochemistry and medicine, were led by academics such as Tutorial Fellow in Economics, Professor Vanessa Berenguer-Rico, Supernumerary Fellow in Late Medieval History, Dr Helen Lacey, and Tutorial Fellow in Geography, Professor Derek McCormack.
Supernumerary registrar program: history and objectives
Numerical abnormalities are classified as supernumerary (if one has more than 12 pairs of ribs) and deficient (if one has <12 pairs of ribs).
Common symptoms of CCD include hypoplasia or aplasia of the clavicles, delayed or even absent closure of the fontanels, midface hypoplasia, short stature, and delayed eruption of permanent and supernumerary teeth.
Key Words: Gemination, Fusion, Supernumerary teeth, Double tooth.
Supernumerary nipple (Polythelia) and supernumerary breast (Polymastia) are common anomalies of breast.
To reinforce this, it was staged in Studio 42 at the CBC Centre, with an attendant army of supernumerary cameramen, make up girls and so on.
Polymelia is also a congenital skeletal deformity with presence of supernumerary limb in any area of body surface (Barua et al.