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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.

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In that policy what we do is if you find something cheaper than what we offer at eXtra, we will not only bring the price down but also give you ten per cent discount of the price difference.
The growth of the extra neutral alcohol market is expected to be driven by increase in consumption of alcoholic beverages during the forecast period.
The extra budget is also meant to cope with fine dust air pollution.
Sony Extra Bass' range of products include portable Bluetooth speakers that are light, stylish and wireless that you can take to any party to stream high-quality sound effortlessly.
-63 percent would be willing to exercise for an extra month of life, 84 percent would for an extra year of life and 93 percent would exercise if it meant an extra five years of life;
The most important part of the experiment, the display of extra credit information, was the same across all sections in all semesters.
"The signing of the agreement coincides with the announcement last month of eXtra's 2017 records, which exceeded the expectations of analysts.
According to Scope, disabled people have to pay extra in three ways: | Having to spend more on everyday things like heating or taxis; | Paying for specialist items such as a wheelchair or a hoist or other equipment; | Paying over the odds for everyday products and services.
"An Extra Energy customer service agent then agreed that the direct debit payment would be adjusted to PS60."
When someone finally uses a player's referral code, HQ Trivia awards an extra life.