supernumerary


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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." The Liberals call this state of things Progress; Rabourdin thought it Anarchy at the heart of power.
Dr Muzaffer Ahmed chair professor of BIBM and former professor of Dhaka University Barkat-e-Khuda, executive director of Bangladesh Bank and director general of BIBM Md Nazimuddin, former managing director of Sonali Bank Limited S A Chowdhury, supernumerary professor of BIBM and former managing director of Pubali Bank Limited Helal Ahmed Chowdhury, former supernumerary professor of BIBM Md Yeasin Ali and president and managing director of Bank Asia Limited Md Arfan Ali, among others, were present.
Mr Lau will assist the Commissioner of Police in this supernumerary post in handling large-scale public order events, and steering forthcoming major operations, including the activities to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
Grant, who elected to become a supernumerary judge effective October 28, 2018.
Though more rarely, DCs are also associated with the supernumerary tooth.
Different MSC populations from human oral tissues have been successfully isolated, such as gingival stem cells (2-5), deciduous teeth stem cells (SHED) (3), periodontal ligament derived stem cells, apical papilla stem cells (SCAP), dental follicle stem cells, and dental pulp stem cells (DPSCs) from supernumerary teeth (1), wisdom teeth (4), and immature and mature permanent teeth (5).
Emanuel Syndrome (ES) is a genetic disorder caused by the presence of supernumerary derivative (der)(22) translocation(t)(11;22) due to an inherited chromosomal imbalance through 3:1 segregation during meiosis I, of a reciprocal translocation (11;22) from one of the progenitors (1).
The high incidence of supernumerary arteries on right is in marked contrast to the rare occurrence of accessory vessels to left coronary artery system (Schlesinger et al., 1949).
It is synonymous to supernumerary breast, ectopic breast and polymastia.
[3, 4] Fusion may occur between teeth of the same dentition or between supernumerary teeth.