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Synonyms for append

Synonyms for append

to add as a supplement or an appendix

Synonyms for append

add to the very end

fix to

state or say further

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A "Welcome Email" is then deployed to the appended donors, also commonly referred to as the "permission email.
Data written to LTO 3 media is tamper proof, but like Super DLT II, it does allow files to be appended.
The problem was quickly resolved once Young became aware that she was the subject of an investigation by showing the caseworker the reference book from which she had taken the appended account.
The second gift he dispatched on this date is the hybrid Orlando with appended epigrams that he dedicated to his wife and her mother, Jane Rogers.
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Here's an example from ACORN: If you know that segments 1E (Prosperous Baby Boomers), 2A (Urban Professional Couples) and 2B (Baby Boomers with Children) constitute a majority of your current customer base, then be sure to get lifestyle codes appended to your next mailing list selection.
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These values were previously appended in last month's column.
Appended to this report are summaries of recommendations for State Leadership, the State Board of Education, the Arizona State Department of Education, the Local Education Agencies, Higher Education, and to the Community.
The appended document on how to squat shouldn't be offered as a practical guide due to its amalgam of provenances, but it does give non-squatters a sense of the steps some homeless people are willing and able to organize in order to provide themselves with independent shelter.
John Hale's 1971 seminal textbook examining the political, economic, social, religious, and cultural life of Renaissance Europe is reprinted in this edition largely intact, but appended with an extended bibliography and a new preface.
The lift in profits from using the model must more than pay for the cost of the appended data and the cost of building and running the model.