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Synonyms for ADD

continue to speak

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add up: make sense

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add up: expand

add up to something: mean

add up to something: amount to

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Synonyms for ADD

to combine (figures) to form a sum

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The present study demonstrates that phytosterols have been converted to progesterone via microbial activity and progesterone to the androgenic compounds AED and ADD.
Again, be sure the constraint is <= and click on Add. Click in the Cell Reference box and type H5 and in the Constraint box and select H26, again being sure the constraint is <= and click on OK.
Stanford and Hynd (1994) found that Children with ADD have been found to be more disabled academically and cognitively than those without ADD. The disorder, which often occurs with learning disabilities, appears not only to have a negative effect on school achievement, but limits functional ability in other environments as well.
Family education, found in support groups and parent management trainings, plays a critical role in managing ADD. Youth with ADD respond well to structured, predictable, organized schedules that have clearly defined and reinforced rules.
Because they can eat food - food with nutrients, fiber, phytochemicals, and who knows what other healthful constitutents that Mead-Johnson doesn't add.