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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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capital markets, today released its comprehensive study of interconnectedness and contagion in the financial system.
We believe that if the rule is implemented over time and risk can be diversified to multiple other counterparties, it could achieve its intent to reduce interconnectedness.
This study fills the gap in the literature while also empirically testing what scholars have only theoretically proffered regarding the interconnectedness of service-learning with student integration and success.
Space, time, duration, wearables and digital interconnectedness are all critical to these evolving spaces.
At the Old Dog's Grave" celebrates the interconnectedness of all things: "Before we leave, we link our hands/let her old soul lead us--as it led her/away from weakening spine, eyes going blind--back into the cycle which strengthens hearts/part of each other, part of everything which lives.
This interconnectedness reminds us that Christian compassion should not have geographical limitations.
While an investment portfolio allows a company to use diversification as a tool to control volatility, the interconnectedness of today's global markets means that diversification alone is not a guaranteed hedge against political risks.
Also very highly recommended for family and community library cookbook collections from Herald Press are three other outstanding recipe compilations combined with insightful commentary raising awareness about world food issues and the interconnectedness of our global community: "Simply In Season; "More-with-Less"; and "Extending the Table"
The goal of this specialty practice is to treat and heal the whole person--by recognizing the interconnectedness of body, mind, spirit, and environment.
This conception of the eschatological transformation of the world in light of the principle of interconnectedness and intrinsic value seems in accord with what the Judeo-Christian tradition has referred to as creatio nova (Isa 65:17; Rev 21:1-4).
Technology, planning, governance, and engineering are among the disciplinary perspectives brought to bear on the interconnectedness of social, economic, environmental, and governing issues.
HRH praised the solid social interconnectedness between all Bahraini people which is derived from the Islamic precepts and inherent traditions and values.

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