additional benefits of a company’s products or services in comparison to competing products
“i specifically took on those roles knowing they had an added value,” says levi.
tel aviv: the new gay travel hotspot itay hod january 23, 2013
age and antiquity give an added value to everything except an egg.
roughing it de luxe irvin s. cobb
what they are and what they have done shall fill heaven with added value.
the bible and life edwin holt hughes
the kind co-operation of these gentlemen has given a distinct and added value to the contents of this little work.
an epitome of the history of medicine roswell park
victory, should she win it, and win it before election, had now an added value—it would help the man she loved.
counsel for the defense leroy scott
fats are very concentrated food, a fact which gives them added value in war-time, making them the most economical food to ship.
food guide for war service at home katharine blunt, frances l. swain, and florence powdermaker
“the valley of the shadow—” she had missed a familiar phrase and added value to a too often repeated line.
the branding iron katharine newlin burt
his added value in the latter condition was due to the benefit that the enemy expected to derive from his public execution.
war in the garden of eden kermit roosevelt
the correctness of a government bulletin would give an added value as well as the rapidity of circulation.
euthenics, the science of controllable environment ellen h. richards
finally, as to the added value a water-power electric plant adds to the selling price of a farm.
electricity for the farm frederick irving anderson
a plural of . (used with a singular verb) a list of things to be added: the addenda in the back of the book runs to thirty pages. a thing to be added; an addition. an appendix to a book. machinery. the radial distance between the tip of a gear tooth and the pitch circle […]
a plural of . (used with a singular verb) a list of things to be added: the addenda in the back of the book runs to thirty pages.
a thing to be added; an addition. an appendix to a book. machinery. the radial distance between the tip of a gear tooth and the pitch circle of a gear or the pitch line of a rack. compare . also called addendum circle. an imaginary circle touching the tips of the teeth on a gear. […]
any of several north american, terrestrial orchids of the genus malaxis, having tiny white or greenish flowers. . noun any of various orchids of the genus malaxis that occur in all parts of the world except australia and new zealand and have small usually greenish flowers see also bog orchid
a fern of the genus ophioglossum, having one or sometimes two sterile leaves and a fruiting spike. any of several american dogtooth violets. noun any of several terrestrial ferns of the genus ophioglossum, esp o. vulgatum, that grow in the n hemisphere and have a spore-bearing body that sticks out like a spike from the […]