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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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33) Jean-Pierre Changeux and Alain Connes, Conversations on Mind, Matter, and Mathematics (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1995).
ey will run, row and cycle 7,160 miles in 48 hours on August 21 and 22 - all without leaving the connes of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
We are running out of space in the current connes of the city boundary and we need to build new houses, schools and other infrastructure, as well as the sort of commercial developments which will attract companies and at the same time provide accommodation for those rms who are expanding here.
Not pulling any punches it is tted with launch control which - when used in the correct connes such as a race track - shows o"shameless performance of 0 to 60 in 4.
While the fashion for the exotic plant dwindled, by the end of the century it was found that it had escaped the connes of gardens to grow wild in the countryside.