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(Calculate), verb account, appraise, assess, audit, compute, count, enumerate, estimate, evaluate, figure, measure, modify, reckon, suffix, sum, tally, total, valuate

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(Combine), verb adjoin, affix, agglutinate, alter, annex, append, attach, cement, clip to, conjoin, connect, couple, fuse, glue, innovate, match, mix, pair, put with, subjoin, superpose, tack on, unite, weld
Associated concepts: add a paragraph to a complaint, add a party to action

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(Heighten), verb broaden, contribute, enhance, extend, greaten, grow, increase, inflate, insert, widen

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(Interject), verb express, include, inject, insert, inset, interpose, introduce, intromit, mention, state, supplement
See also: affix, append, attach, conjoin, contribute, enlarge, extend, heighten, interject, join, recruit, sum, supplement, supply, unite
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Jensen and his co-workers compared 68 military offspring with ADD to 200 children without psychiatric diagnoses seen by military physicians.
Early thinking held that children with ADD would eventually outgrow it.
The concentrations (mean [+ or -] SE) of progesterone, 170[alpha]-OHP, AED, and ADD in sediment samples from the Fenholloway River were 150.
Howard Peiper, authors of The ADD and ADHD Diet Book, also believe that food and environmental allergens are important.
Stanford and Hynd (1994) found that Children with ADD have been found to be more disabled academically and cognitively than those without ADD.
of the library of the future means understanding how a library adds value: (1) to individual public library users, and (2) to the community in the form of a public good.
Spanish cuisine is very simple, very minimalist and direct - but very striking and dramatic," adds von Bremzen, from her home in New York.
1991: The accountant's office adds a network, so a network card is installed in the computer, which continues to work flawlessly.