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Extra

[Latin, Beyond, except, without, out of, outside.] Additional.

An extra in a contract would include anything outside of, beyond, or not called for by the contract, such as additional materials.

See: additional, also, ancillary, balance, bonus, excess, excessive, expendable, extraneous, extrinsic, further, gratuity, needless, nonessential, overage, premium, present, superfluous, supplementary, unnecessary
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She strives to give her laundry a superior clean, especially on important clothes like her child's uniforms - she wants to ensure that they are not just clean, but extra clean
Once a line is spoken - in the UK it's 13 words - you are technically an actor and no longer an extra.
99 EXTRA CALORIES 1,000 EXTRA COST PS4 A massive 104% more calories for just 28% more money y 104% 28% more cost more cals NANDOS | CHICKEN BREAST 298 calories, PS4.
With patient care their top concern, Urgent Care Extra goes the extra mile to offer more flexible healthcare services that aren't typically provided with traditional primary care physicians and emergency rooms.
In extra classes, teachers understand the student's need and even the students open up and freely consult the teacher for help.
There are perhaps only a handful of marketing educators who have never been approached by a student asking "is there something extra I can do?
According to the company, this new store offers customer extras including in-store chef, wellbeing counsellor, natural source department and special events centre.
The initial project for our team was to develop or improve the existing process for managing extra tubes coming into the laboratory From the ED.
In a sample of 242 students, Henley (1994) showed no relationship between amount of extra credit earned and semester test scores for 242 students in an Introductory Psychology course.
Cardholders have until February 15 to receive their personal savings out of Extra Bucks now being paid out.
Between 1998 and 2007, the share of extra insurance in household expenditures on health increased from 14% to 25%.