to attach

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  • It usually takes an hour to two hours to attach a full new set.
  • Several attempts to attach the western part to the green space have so far failed.
  • She told him to attach a bell to her and ring it when he wanted her back.
  • Note that this power does not allow the player to attach an additional energy card per turn.
  • This will make it difficult for the cells to attach to the surface.
  • But the advantage is that this method can be used to attach to an already running process if it works.
  • Bob and his men did not seem to attach much importance to this, but George did. Cited from George at the Fort, by Harry Castlemon
  • Tugs were able to attach lines and bring her out into the bay.
  • She had heard of the coming of the beautiful young teacher, and wanted to attach her to her social circle. Cited from A Voice in the Wilderness, by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Making a single rivet to attach the leaves takes about half an hour.
  • It could be used to attach a piece of electronic test equipment.
  • An alternative application is to use the -p flag to attach to a running process.
  • Nothing should be spared, on our part, to attach this country to us. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 6, ed. by Lipscomb and Bergh
  • As the station was constructed, there was an underground station tower to attach the station to street level.
  • It is therefore very difficult to attach the band to any specific music genre, as their style is rather unique.
  • A community must share the same language in order to attach meaning to utterances.
  • The idea is to attach an arrival time for each message received by an Actor.
  • The first thing to be considered is, to which of the three great leaders you are to attach yourself. Cited from At the Point of the Bayonet, by G. A. Henty
  • He was permitted to attach the surname of his father-in-law to his own.
  • Suddenly a creature attacks her, attempting to attach itself to her body.
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