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ADD

See also: add and add.

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NounEdit

ADD

  1. Initialism of attention deficit disorder.
  2. Initialism of accidental death and dismemberment.
    • 1989, West's Federal Supplement, volume 713, page 958:
      Although not sought by QuesTech, the dismemberment portion of the policy was nonetheless issued as an integral part of Hartford’s standard ADD policy.
    • 1989, David Frangiamore, How Insurance Companies Settle Cases, James Publishing, page 4-110:
      ADD Insurance: Also known as Accidental Death and Dismemberment policy, []
    • 1993, Pension Plan Guide, Transfer Binder, Commerce Clearing House, page 871:
      You represent that the ADD Plan was established in 1987 to provide accidental death and disemberment insurance to ALPA members and certain ALPA employees.
    • March, 1997, American Bar Association Journal, page 444:
      Life plus accidental death and dismemberment; disability income; in-hospital indemnity; major medical; ADD/250 high-limit coverage accidental loss of life, limbs, sight, speech, or hearing.
    • 1997, Philippine Financial Almanac, Ventures Unlimited, page 125:
      Accidental Death and Dismemberment (ADD)
    • 2003, Program Director’s Handbook, volume 21 / 29, AmeriCorps, page 12:
      We do not endorse a particular provider of ADD insurance.
  3. A designation on prerecorded compact discs indicating that the contents were recorded in analog but mixed and mastered in digital; compare AAD, DAD, DDD.

SynonymsEdit

  • (accidental death and dismemberment): AD&D

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InitialismEdit

ADD

  1. Initialism of Atatürkçü Düşünce Derneği (Kemalist Thought Association).