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additionally

adverb along with, also, as well as, besides, by the same token, conjointly, ditto, further, in addition, in conjunction with, including, more than that, moreover, over and above, plus, similarly, then again, together with, together with that, too
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Additionally, when rental property inhabited by students around the local university began to deteriorate, the task force recommended an adopt-a-street program, which made various university student organizations responsible for preserving quality of life in their own neighborhoods.
Additionally, while the procedures are different in some aspects, contracting office representatives and contractors now benefit from having a single point of contact for both Germany and Italy.
Additionally, these students have deficits in social skills because they have learned to adapt by removing themselves from situations and are frequently seen as loners who are shy and sensitive.
Additionally, anonymous peer evaluations within the team spurred the nonparticipating members to become more involved and encouraged the leader to delegate more of the workload.
Additionally, users stand to benefit from the innovation and progress that inevitability surrounds a standard.
Additionally, the tax rate on the ordinary and CG portions of the dividend would be reduced below 15% if B were in a lower tax bracket.
Additionally, the 3GPP has defined SIP as the standard for supporting 3G wireless end points.
Additionally, a new IRM Compliance Assurance Program (CAP) required by the EPA was recently introduced to further educate and train those growers not meeting the IRM requirements.
Additionally, i/Lytics supports XML, CORBA(R), JNI and Component Object Model (COM)-based technologies, including COM+ and DCOM.
Additionally, Sutton asserted that the guild discovered tax violations after viewing the company's IRS Form 990s, which nonprofit agencies use to determine what taxes they must pay.
Additionally, it would create "dual filing of [worker] claims" through OSHA and the state, he warned.
Additionally, these companies often are understaffed with mandatory overtime hours (Bensimon, 1994).

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