Examples of appendix in a Sentence
In your textbooks, turn to Appendix 3: Glossary of Terms.
The book has several appendixes .
Recent Examples of appendix from the Web
When not promptly and properly treated, according to the Mayo Clinic, the appendix can rupture.
And, as discussed above, several terms in the CBA and the standard player contract (which is part of the CBA as an appendix) could be interpreted to forbid protesting.
Two years after his discovery, in November 1902, Reed died after his appendix ruptured.
In 2010, Latvian bobsledder Janis Minins suffered a ruptured appendix and needed emergency surgery.
It was also reported that Knight had an emergency appendix surgery in 2015 and also collapsed in the middle of a court hearing.
The other study, published in the Journal of Medical Case Reports in 2016, describes how a 26-year-old woman accidentally swallowed a piece of a condom that traveled to her appendix and caused inflammation.
The final environmental assessment ran 10,000 pages, with another 10,000 pages of appendices.
In an appendix, Gordon provides a glossary of silly-sounding Klan titles like Kleagle (recruiter), Kloran (the Klan’s bible and rule book) and Klecktoken (the $10 initiation fee that proved so profitable to Klan leadership).
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APPENDIX Defined for English Language Learners
: a section of extra information added at the end of a book
: a small tube at the beginning of the large intestine that can be removed by surgery if it becomes infected
APPENDIX Defined for Kids
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