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1. This is an adjunct to the verb.
2. Physical therapy is an important adjunct to drug treatments.
3. In grammar, an adjunct is an adverb or adverbial phrase that gives extra information in a sentence.
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4. On-line instruction is a useful adjunct to the real thing.
5. Medication can be a useful adjunct to physical therapy.
6. Kip admired his adjunct for these tics.
7. They were an adjunct to and lubricant for existing activities rather than part of the supplanting of a traditional culture.
8. She tried it, as an adjunct to her high school studies.
9. It is justified solely as an adjunct to the legislative process.
10. Televised instruction is, at best, a useful adjunct to the real thing.
11. Stephen Buchmann is an adjunct professor of entomology at the University of Arizona, Tucson.
12. In metonymic use an attribute or necessary adjunct of something is used as a symbolic object in place of the thing itself.
13. Parallel to the division of adjunct, we may divide sub-clauses into attributive clauses, predicative clauses and adverbial clauses.
14. I hoped I would find the computer course a useful adjunct to my other studies.
15. Or social activities and institutions may be an important adjunct of study - as with many professional courses.
16. Professional development and postgraduate training in primary health care could be a useful adjunct in improving quality.
17. Insomnia can be successfully treated with therapeutic touch as an adjunct to other relaxation techniques.
18. Others are known to join the mooching hermit and his furry adjunct.
19. The verbal judgement would seem to be thought of, rather, as an adjunct to the visual image.
20. She never finished her advanced degree and was always about to lose her job as an adjunct.
21. The main clause elements are subject, predicator, object, complement, and adjunct.
22. Some athletes use hypnotic and suggestive techniques as an adjunct to visualization and mental practice.
23. Intelligence, even codebreaking, is at best only a fragmented adjunct to strategic planning.
24. Moreover, unlike Bacon, they painted portraits - always a useful adjunct to any artist's income.
25. The administration viewed colony activities and behavior as an adjunct of a life isolated from the wider society.
26. For these reasons Ketamine has been explored as an adjunct to psychotherapy.
27. The law of confidence can be a very useful adjunct to other intellectual property rights.
28. It is clear, however, that it was not regarded as a useful adjunct to the civil rights agitation.
29. If this can be confirmed, it would be an invaluable adjunct to provenance studies.
30. The younger generation is used to Computer Assisted Learning and other modern technology which is an adjunct to learning.
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