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in addition

adverb added to, additionally, also, as well, besides, furthermore, moreover, over and above, plus, taken together with, then again, then too, too
Associated concepts: alternative relief
See also: also, ancillary, further
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In addition to Web browser access for internal Web applications and file servers, INS consultants get full VPN application access with additional network and desktop protection by using Aventail Connect, a Web-delivered Windows agent.
Often overlooked in the hype about criminals is the fact that all the deportees have already served their sentences in state or local prisons, in addition to being held in indefinite INS detention.
In addition, the amount of the student fee to register in the SEVIS system, and the procedure for collecting the fee, remain unsettled.
In addition to economic hardships and lack of manpower the benefit from the CIPRIS program will be minimal because by the time the information is processed the worker will be gone.
In addition, their citizens aren't being targets of terrorism all over the world.
In addition it seems likely that-rather than having individual officers administer it orally, the test will be given in a written form similar to that of a number of standardized citizenship tests already developed by several testing companies.
Little did Dornan know that, in addition to sparking a fascinating congressional investigation, his case would expose fundamental weaknesses in one of the most sweeping programs regulating private employment decisions ever implemented by the federal government.