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The moves by Beijing have prompted calls in Washington for added scrutiny of Chinese companies seeking to do business in the United States or buy up American technology companies.
Dean Warsh, business manager with International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 494 in Milwaukee, said Te sometimes will feel added pressure working with his more experienced grandfather.
Victims of the Las Vegas massacre—about which Trump has done literally nothing—have been burdened with the added insult of having to ask for money to help pay their medical bills.
For instance, among yogurt products, 86% contain added sugars of some kind, as do 79% of shelf-stable juices and drinks.
Bear Wallow Glove Company makes gloves with seams on the outside for added comfort in sizes 6 to 13.
The move came after the Swiss company broke with the trade group over added-sugars labeling, Politico said.
And the new faces have brought an added sense of purpose to the regular season. 2.
And that would be true even without the added benefit of playing a night game at Arrowhead Stadium.
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Synonymsadditional, another, else, farther, fresh, further, more, other
Related Wordsaccessory, adjunct, collateral, extraneous, peripheral, side, supplemental, supplementary; new; excess, extra, plus, spare, supernumerary, supervenient, surplus; complementary, contributory
Near Antonymsfewer, less
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