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Conn

2nd century ad, king of Leinster and high king of Ireland

conn

[kän]
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To direct or conduct the steering of a vessel; to give orders to the helmsman on steering the ship.
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Without the luxury of an outdoor television, fanatics like myself have spent the last few months stiing in the connes of our living rooms.
In comparison to last year's team, this is very much a developmental squad due to the connes of a crowded calendar this summer.
Chair Sue Butcher said: "It is too big for the connes of the town and should move to somewhere like the racecourse or St Nicholas Park.
Connes (1994), Noncommutative Geometry, Academic Press.
Connes (College de France and Vanderbilt) and Marcolli (Max Planck Institute and Florida State) explain the relevance of noncommutative geometry in dealing with the construction of a theory of quantum gravity and the Riemann hypothesis.