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interconnect

(1) To attach one device to another.

(2) A physical port (plug, socket) or wireless port (transmitter, receiver) used to attach one device to another.
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He said this is the reason 'why Laudato Si invites specially Christians to recover this interconnectedness of relationships.
The evaluation of systemic risk is based on a detailed financial analysis of the insurance industry, its role in the economy, and the interconnectedness of insurers.
The difficult task before market participants, policymakers, and regulators with systemic risk responsibilities such as the Federal Reserve is to find ways to preserve the benefits of interconnectedness in financial markets while managing the potentially harmful side effects," Yellen said in remarks at the American Economic Association/American Finance Association luncheon in San Diego.
Francis who highlighted the interconnectedness and the beauty of all creation.
But, as we have seen from the prolonged global financial crisis, our interconnectedness carries grave risks of contagion as well as benefits.
The session addressed the challenges and opportunities inherent in the increasingly global geographic footprint of Islamic finance and also discussed the national and international initiatives that will ensure consistency and foster greater interconnectedness across key jurisdictions for Islamic finance.
Perhaps the strongest reason for the ongoing expansion and interconnectedness of international trade is the strong growth and integration of emerging market economies (EME); however the pictures for North America, Asia and Europe have key differences.
The largest consideration will be given, by far, not to size but to nontraditional insurance activities and interconnectedness, according to a breakdown of all factors released by the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) today.
The poll of 172 risk executives, conducted by Rudolph Financial Consulting, shows that 68% cited financial volatility as one of the top five emerging threats, while 42% selected failed and failing states and 38% cyber security and the interconnectedness of infrastructure.
Over the past 15 years, students in environmental education, teachers in-service programs or undergraduate face-to-face and Internet sustainability education courses have been exposed to pedagogy that leads to the development of interdependence and interconnectedness.
I'm a strong believer in the interconnectedness of all things and our role as stewards of the earth.
Researchers aren't sure what to make of the core's interconnectedness.

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