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ADJUTANT. A military officer, attached to every battalion of a regiment. It is his duty to superintend, under his superiors, all matters relating to the ordinary routine of discipline in the regiment.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Adjusted for currency effects (Fx adj.), earnings were up by 9.0 percent.
([euro]B, unless otherwise stated) 2018A 2019E Delta % NET REVENUES 3.4 >3.5 >+3% ADJ. EBITDA (margin %) 1.1 1.2-1.25 ~+10% 32.6% ~34% ADJ.
Sales of self-care products (Consumer Health) rose by 2.1 percent (Fx & portfolio adj.) to 1.442 billion euros.
Although birth weight, length, and HC measurements were comparable for both groups, during their hospitalization, the daily weight gain and HC increase measured weekly in the ADJ group were significantly higher (p 4 g/kg/day protein intake was safe, our study found that protein intake of 5.1 g/kg/day was not associated with nutritional intolerance or metabolic disturbance.16 Similarly, it has been reported no side effects due to enteral protein uptake at 5 g/kg/day.17
Aksahan (2015) used CHAID algorithm to find linear body measurements affecting final live weight (FLW) at fattening period of 103 young (Holstein, Simmental, Brown Swiss and crossbreed) bulls in Bolvadin district of Afyon province of Turkey, and detected with the very high predictive accuracy of 87.82 % Adj R2 that the effect of CC, BL, BRH, and FP on FLW trait was significant (Adj.
Stress & Vowel difference: SV(vb/n [+ or -] adj): 52-ATE, eg: advocate, aggregate, confederate,
Rehmatullah Mooro from Karachi South to Khairpur on his promotion as ADJ vice Qamaruddin Abbasi transferred.
-L (13): bind (N)/binde (N)/bindan (V), cyrf (H)/ceorfan (V), hype (N)/hypian (V), prica (N)/price (N)/prician (V), siege 1 (N)/slean (V), snaed 3 (N)/snaedan 2 (V), stice (N)/stician (V), stige (N)/stigan (V), strang (Adj)/strengu (H)/strengan (V), swinge (N)/swingan 1 (V), dersc (N)/derscan (V), wad (N)/wadan (V), wund 2 (Aa])/wund 1 (N)/wundian (V).
Environment: (1603) 1: the circumstances, objects or conditions by which one is surrounded 2a: the complex of physical, chemical and biotic factors (as climate, soil and living things) that act upon an organism or an ecological community and ultimately determine its form and survival b: the aggregate of social and cultural conditions that influence the life of an individual or community--environmental (adj.) environmentally (adv.)
"every day (adv.) everyday (adj) She goes to work every day.