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  • Tugs were able to attach lines and bring her out into the bay.
  • Each string attached would mean one of her family members will be performing with her; she was able to attach two.
  • A reader must be able to attach meaning to words and have some prior knowledge to use as a context for understanding the word.
  • They then choose to relocate to another substrate where they are able to attach themselves more firmly.
  • It happened, too, that he was able to attach a particular significance to the omission. Cited from The Unclassed, by George Gissing
  • The artifacts must all be able to attach to the player's minifigure.
  • Smart lines can enable towing operations by being able to attach to or release objects at the remote end of the line.
  • A mighty but invisible intellect, to which he was yet scarcely able to attach a name, had been at work. Cited from The Forest of Swords, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • She was undoubtedly "off" somewhere, probably high up on the stairs, with the most interesting man she had been able to attach. Cited from V. V.'s Eyes, by Henry Sydnor Harrison
  • Some species are not able to attach to a surface on their own but are sometimes able to anchor themselves to the matrix or directly to earlier colonists.
  • Thames arrived first and was able to attach a tow line to the stricken carrier.
  • But there was yet another moment of dazed semi-consciousness before she was able to attach any meaning to the change she saw in his face; and then it flashed upon her. Cited from The Heavenly Twins, by Madame Sarah Grand
  • Despite the good common sense that links him to Elinor, he is able to attach himself to other people and form bonds of friendship and love with ease.
  • So I was able to attach myself to the 'tail' of the Maharana without exciting comment. Cited from The Bronze Bell, by Louis Joseph Vance
  • Therefore it is desirable to be able to attach to some external PCIe bus of a notebook.
  • Members are also able to attach the suffix VDI upon becoming a member, and is classified as a legitimate name suffix.
  • A cunning shuriken master of surprise attacks, able to attach to any surface as if there were multiple microscopic hairs on his soles.
  • It is thought that the natural regrowth of cells in the following days are better able to attach to the basement membrane to prevent recurrence of the condition.
  • The coating of the microbeads contains also ligands to be able to attach the molecules of interest.
  • Conex boxes are also able to attach to the flat racks.
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