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appendix

noun [C]
 
 
/əˈpendɪks/
BODY ( plural appendixes) a small tube-shaped part inside the body below the stomach, attached to the large intestineThe digestive system
BOOK ( plural appendices) a separate part at the end of a book, article, etc that contains extra informationBooks and parts of books
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