[suhp-luh-men-tey-shuh n, -muh n-]
Origin of supplementation
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If they do assist the thing, is this assistance (or supplementation) other than the thing or not?
There should be no supplementation of poor-law relief by charity.
If the supplementation be not immediate, but postponed, as in the case of old-age pensions, its effect will be similar.
On the first alternative (if the supplementation works independently), it would ensue that the seed is in no way a cause.
In this case of the Roman gospel, however, textual evidence enables us to trace something of the history of supplementation.The Making of the New Testament
Benjamin W. Bacon