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  • Many of these later designs that attach his name bear little relationship to his original concepts.
  • Some airport structures include on-site hotels built within or attached to a terminal building.
  • It will only fire three-round bursts with the stock attached.
  • Therefore, the faculty attaches great importance to a good connection to the industry.
  • Often a control unit can attach to multiple channels connected to a single or multiple systems.
  • Several problems existed with the control of attaches under the different branches of the military.
  • Much of the information was from public sources or from military attaches.
  • Leather with the hair still attached is called hair-on.
  • They carried three Army officers as passengers, two of which were Military attaches.
  • Ground crew also left external fuel tanks attached to the aircraft.
  • Some more modern track in special areas is attached by direct fixation without ballast.
  • There was, however, no scandal attached to his personal life.
  • He denied being a Surrealist or being in any way attached to the movement.
  • Different benzodiazepine drugs have different side groups attached to this central structure.
  • During the development of a tree, the lower limbs often die, but may remain attached for a time, sometimes years.
  • A press release, attached to the news, also warns that site will be suspended soon.
  • One of them tracks how involved people are in religious services and how much importance they attach to their religious beliefs.
  • Careful study had revealed that the right arm had been improperly attached to the main structure.
  • There are two main ways in which a seal may be attached to a document.
  • A company may have as many different types of shares as it wishes, all with different conditions attached to them.
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Meaning of attach

  • verb Cause to be attached
  • verb Be attached; be in contact with
  • verb Become attached
    The spider's thread attached to the window sill