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  • On the other hand there is a real connection between the two laws.
  • A connection can be in the on state or the off state.
  • He and his family continued to maintain their long-standing connection to the area community.
  • The first player to complete his or her connection wins the game.
  • A network must establish a connection before two parties can send cells to each other.
  • Subsequently, the connection between natural selection and systems theory has become an area of active research.
  • They may have a claim in another country if they can establish a close connection to it.
  • The post has room for three such connections, although usually only one or two are needed.
  • These names are only mentioned in connection with the building of the First Temple.
  • The original plans for a more extensive north-south connection were not pursued.
  • Student representatives ensure a strong connection between student opinion and the administration of each department.
  • These connections added to his influence and power in the region.
  • The connection between two partners has a different feel in every dance and with every partner.
  • Younger men may need to attend because of family connections or with friends of their age group.
  • Different forms of dance and different movements within each dance may call for differences in the connection.
  • By convention, A-law is used for an international connection if at least one country uses it.
  • With mobile data connections the data need not be carried around to be available.
  • Paper forms are still necessary for those without access to Internet connections.
  • It had no formal connection to the university, but all its earliest members came from academic life.
  • The primary access point to the island is by a single bridge connection to the mainland.
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Meaning of connection

  • noun A relation between things or events (as in the case of one causing the other or sharing features with it)
    there was a connection between eating that pickle and having that nightmare
  • noun The state of being connected
    the connection between church and state is inescapable
  • noun An instrumentality that connects
    he soldered the connection, he didn't have the right connector between the amplifier and the speakers
  • noun (usually plural) a person who is influential and to whom you are connected in some way (as by family or friendship)
    he has powerful connections
  • noun A connecting shape
  • noun A supplier (especially of narcotics)
  • noun Shifting from one form of transportation to another
    the plane was late and he missed his connection in Atlanta