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in addition to

Over and above; besides.
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In addition to economic hardships and lack of manpower the benefit from the CIPRIS program will be minimal because by the time the information is processed the worker will be gone.
Little did Dornan know that, in addition to sparking a fascinating congressional investigation, his case would expose fundamental weaknesses in one of the most sweeping programs regulating private employment decisions ever implemented by the federal government.
I do not believe that the policy applies and I have requested that the interpretation of the policy be reversed, and in addition to that I will seek significantly more manpower,'' Gallegly said.
In addition to mandatory EEO training, by the end of the performance cycle in April 1995, managers will have to take specific steps to increase the number of minorities and women in their offices, says Hodge.
In addition to updating the popular Cisco AP Capture Adapter, WildPackets has released a new Aruba AP Capture Adapter.
In addition to the $40 service fee, the Immigration and Naturalization Service charges $95 to process each application.
Headquartered in San Diego, CA and Paris, France, Aonix operates sales offices throughout North America and Europe in addition to offering a network of international distributors.