Definition: serving as an aid or accessory; auxiliary; N.
Definition: serving as an aid or accessory; auxiliary; N.
Sentences Containing 'ancillary'
"Starstruck" can be considered one of comics' premiere hypertext fictions, in the sense of using supplementary texts, adjunct stories, and ancillary art to expand, deepen, and even alter the narrative experience.
Many other ancillary disciplines and specialists are available at larger units.
Unlike the first generation B-Class, the replacement is able to share engines and ancillary components with larger models in the Mercedes range, albeit mounted transversely, an initiative aimed at reducing overall costs.
The Wellington Lake also has about 27 ancillary lakes and together they form the primary source of irrigation for nearly 25,000 acres of land and over 67 villages dependent on it for cultivation.
These are six Central Line stations in the Epping Forest district of Essex (and two on the boundary) that are included in zones 4, 5 and 6; seven Metropolitan Line stations in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire that are included in local ancillary zones 7, 8 and 9; three London Overground National Rail stations in Hertfordshire, included in local ancillary zones 7 and 8; and fourteen National Rail stations of other operators just outside Greater London that are included in zones 5 to 8.
BSP was emblematic of the possibilities of India's public sector: the integrated steel plant and township spanned over 22,000 acres, operated captive iron ore mines in Dalli Rajhara, limestone quarries in Dani Tola and spawned a network of privately owned ancillary factories that employed thousands of workers.
It may now be taken as well settled that Article 32 does not merely confer power on this Court to issue a direction, order or writ for enforcement of the fundamental rights but it also lays a constitutional obligation on this Court to protect the fundamental rights of the people and for that purpose this Court has all incidental and ancillary powers including the power to forge new remedies and fashion new strategies designed to enforce the fundamental rights.
The waterwheel was used to work ancillary machinery until 1968, when the cast iron pit wheel was broken in the floods of that year.
Later the town developed very rapidly with the discovery and excavation of many coal mines.The coal production from the M/S SCCl is catering to the needs of the National Thermal Power Corporation, Ramagundam and many surrounding industrial buildings such as cement plants in Devapur,Steel factory in Vishakapatnam and power plants in Maharashtra Bellampalli has played a vital role in Maoist revolutions in the history and a first union was formed as singareni karmika samakya (si ka sa) under ancillary part of peoples war.
These are the books: Twenty of the ancillary articles appeared in Nature; others were in Philosophical Magazine, London or Edinburgh Proceedings of the Royal Society, Physical Review, and Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
An ancillary badminton achievement of Fu is that while competing in the 2005 Sudirman Cup, one of his smashes was clocked at 332 km/h (206 mph), the fastest propulsion of a shuttle on record. Fu also fired a 303 km/h smash during game 3 of the 2010 BWF World Championships men's doubles final, which was confirmed by the commentator Gillian Clark as the fastest of the tournament.
Once a program is offered to, and accepted by, PBS for distribution, PBS (and not the member station that supplied the program) retains exclusive rights for rebroadcasts during the period for which such rights were granted; the suppliers do maintain the right to sell the program in non-broadcast media such as DVDs, books, and sometimes PBS licensed merchandise (but sometimes grant such ancillary rights as well to PBS).
The narrator can be the protagonist (e.g., Gulliver in "Gulliver's Travels"), someone very close to him who is privy to his thoughts and actions (Dr. Watson in "Sherlock Holmes"), or an ancillary character who has little to do with the action of the story (such as Nick Carraway in "The Great Gatsby").
Erhardt v. Boaro, , was a suit in equity ancillary to the action for the possession of the Erhardt v. Boaro, (113 U.S. 527) mining claim the court had just decided.
Shivarahasya Purana (Sanskrit: शिव रहस्य पुराण; IAST: "śiva rahasya purāṇa") is one of the 'Shaiva Upapuranas' or ancillary Purana regarding Shiva and Shaivite worship and is also considered 'Indian epic poetry' (Sanskrit: Itihāsa).
This treaty was an ancillary treaty to the Treaty of Paris (1783), through which Great Britain officially recognised the end of the American Revolutionary War.
The facility is renamed Craig Rehabilitation Center in 1958, followed by another renaming to Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in 1966 and a move to Englewood, Colorado in 1970 where an 80-bed rehabilitation hospital was built adjacent to the Swedish Medical Center to share ancillary services.
The Company procures certain ancillary fixtures for installation, such as elevators, windows and entrance doors.
The invasion fleet was drawn from eight different navies, comprising 6,939 vessels: 1,213 warships, 4,126 transport vessels (landing ships and landing craft), and 736 ancillary craft and 864 merchant vessels.
(Ancillary material: A licensed "Inhumanoids" storybook, "Cult of the Great Protector", suggests that Metlar may also have an aversion to water: in this tale, Earth Corps' plans to lure Metlar to a cliffside which they will then blast from underfoot, dumping him into the ocean where they foresee that he will "rust away to nothing."
It is located about 3 km east of the urban centre of Funchal, 4.5 km southwest Camacha and only 3 km west Caniço. The area is an urbanized section of the municipality of Funchal linked by ancillary roads to other sections of the island, as well as roadway that extends across the island.
Until the mid-20th century, much of the interior of this parish was pasture and agricultural lands (central and western section), with denser forest in the northeast and northwest. The encroachment of urban housing, especially after the Carnation Revolution resulted in a transformation of this area into an ancillary bedroom community of Funchal. Santa Maria Maior has a school, a lyceum, a gymnasium, a church and a square ("praça").
Near the house are ancillary agricultural structures, such as a stone barn (an unusual material for the area) that appears to have built around the same time as the house, a later wood barn of an identical configuration as the first. The other group, south of the road, is centered around a New World Dutch barn, older than the main house.
The ancillary equipment and materials included in the donation was: 20 steel hangars, 30 portable wood and canvas Bessonneau hangars, radio and photographic equipment, complete engine and airframe workshops with tools, trucks, tenders, trailers, 50,000 gallons of engine oils and 20,000 gallons of paints, varnishes and dope.
They are symbolically focal. It consists of two spirals: one principal and one ancillary.
Rental Services Ancillary equipment such as generators, drill collars as well as proprietary tools such as the Hydra-Walkr automated pipe handling system.
In 1959 Durgamohan Bhattacharyya Professor at Sanskrit College, Calcutta could collect many manuscripts of the Paippalāda-Saṃhitā and its ancillary literature like the Āṅgirasakalpa after painstaking search over years in Odisha and southern West Bengal. Durgamohan Bhattacharyya’s discovery of a living tradition of the Paippalāda-Saṃhitā, unknown till then, was hailed in the Indological world as epoch making.
More Vocab Wordscenturion - Roman army officer (commanding a company of about 100 soldiers)
discursive - (of a person or writing) digressing; rambling (without any clear plan)
consecrate - dedicate; sanctify; declare as sacred; Ex. consecrate one's life to helping the poor
skimp - provide or use scantily; live very economically; Ex. skimp on necessities; ADJ. skimpy: inadequate in amount; scanty; stingy; niggardly
turbulence - state of violent agitation; ADJ. turbulent: violently agitated or disturbed
opaque - dark; not transparent; N. opacity
covenant - binding agreement between two groups or people; compact; V: enter into a covenant; promise
motley - multi-colored (as of a garment worn by a jester); mixed; heterogeneous; CF. jester: one who jests (as a paid fool at medieval courts)
schism - division into factions (esp. within a religious body); split
seamy - sordid; base; filthy; unwholesome; Ex. seamy side of city life