attaches

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  • The name also attaches to a number of schools in the same area.
  • Therefore, the faculty attaches great importance to a good connection to the industry.
  • 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.
  • They carried three Army officers as passengers, two of which were Military attaches.
  • In addition, the university attaches great importance to training in the colleges for advanced studies.
  • Because the test failed, she is not entitled to claim that no responsibility attaches to her.
  • Since only one controller attaches to each port, only two people can play driving games simultaneously.
  • On the opposite end of the arm the second base plate attaches.
  • The school traditionally attaches great importance to the practice of chamber music.
  • The Bank attaches importance to use scientific method and modern technology in fish cultivation.
  • As she turns right, a large beetle attaches itself to her back.
  • Transaction value is the value one attaches to having a good deal.
  • It is known for its unique educational policy that attaches importance to initiative of students.
  • Frank takes her hair back to his apartment, where he attaches it to another mannequin.
  • The school also attaches great importance to personal development to improve critical thinking and open mindedness.
  • The tax is based on fair market value of the subject property, and generally attaches to the property on a specific date.
  • Only Military attaches kept their Litzen as long as they were in their present position.
  • Asda simply attaches its own brand to products provided by other companies.
  • They give birth to their daughter, Lin, who Thomas attaches to over time.
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Root form of attaches is attach for verb and attache for noun.

Words starting with attaches

Meaning of attaches

  • noun A specialist assigned to the staff of a diplomatic mission
  • verb Cause to be attached
  • verb Be attached; be in contact with
  • verb Become attached
    The spider's thread attached to the window sill