They were there merely as props, as so many supernumeraries in his private psychodrama.
a supernumerary person or thing.
present in excess of the normal or requisite number, in particular.
translation of 'supernumerary'
स्थिर संख्या के अतिरिक्त मनुष्य,
सामान्य से अधिक संख्या का,
स्टाफ़ के अतिरिक्त,
ज़रूरत से ज़्यादा,
Various cases of 'supernumerary' testicles have been reported during operations or in physical examination (without histological proof, however).
As the number of 'supernumerary' troops in the garrisons grew, many were put to work on the agricultural colonies, becoming servants and construction laborers, or pressed into active military service.
Most frequently seen are 'supernumerary' nipples anywhere along the primitive milk line, though true accessory mammary glands are most frequently located in the axilla (polymastia).
Many of these men were drawn from among the ranks of principal and 'supernumerary' soldiers serving in guard units of the Northern Metropolitan Area, a pool of men with a modicum of military training and ready access to the weapons of the day.
Consider, for example, the mid-fifteenth century case of Duan Gang, a 'supernumerary' soldier from a guard unit attached to an imperial prince who resided in Luzhou, Shanxi Province.
Complete doubling of the uterine tubes may occur in association with 'supernumerary' ovaries.
But the film also shows that society does not see him as such: it sees only an FOB, a 'supernumerary' worker in a cheap laundromat, a potential Communist agitator.
A few words with my boss resulted in him being drafted as a 'supernumerary' which became permanent eventually.
At seventeen he set out, working his way on a cargo ship as a 'supernumerary' - doing the odd jobs.
Returning to Cardiff, he became a 'supernumerary' registrar to the medical school before leaving to become a general practitioner in the Swansea Valley.
It's a disorder in which 'supernumerary' bones form.
The most common variation of the lungs is the presence of 'supernumerary' fissures.
The rest of the cast are really 'supernumeraries' ; other ranks, captured German soldiers, etc although, again, they are well played and convincing in what they are called upon to do.
Others, called 'supernumeraries' , would live in the community within their families.
Seven years ago central government promised a solution, but the 'supernumeraries' still use chairs, desks and telephones and they are costing close to a billion rands a year.
Her mainmast is 29 metres high, and she has a permanent crew of 16, assisted by 36 voyage crew and various 'supernumeraries' .
I was pleased to hear that staff expenditure had been cut but was not happy to hear that the issue of 'supernumeraries' was not mentioned.
The thousands of 'supernumeraries' in the Eastern Cape who cost the province R1 billion a year are not facing retrenchment in the immediate future.
Although public indignation at the burgeoning Civil List led to some drastic pruning, the Royal 'supernumeraries' continued to live high on the hog.
‘The 'supernumeraries' are a problem mainly at provincial level, but the ghost workers are all over,’ he said.
They were there merely as props, as so many 'supernumeraries' in his private psychodrama.
In order to ensure safety, the staff watch leaders supplemented the youth crew and the other staff assisted when requested, but only as 'supernumeraries' under direction from the youth crew.
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