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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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1980), ADD could be a more important androgen than AED, which has been shown to be present in the water column and sediment of the Fenholloway River (Jenkins et al.
Semrud-Clikeman (cited in Javorsky, 1996) postulated that it is the interaction of ADD and learning deficiencies inherent to learning disability and not a single factor of one of the disorders (e.
Drawing conclusions about the causes and effects of childhood ADD from results such as these is a tricky businesS, Jensen acknowledges.
Drugs help young people with ADD manage interactions with coaches, family members, and teachers and improve play skills.
Adds language to require the ordering activity to document the results of its BPA review