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tie-in

US
a. a sale or advertisement offering products of which a purchaser must buy one or more in addition to his purchase
b. an item sold or advertised in this way, esp the extra item
c. (as modifier): a tie-in sale
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"These EPC contracts for Al Safaniya, Zuluf and Berri Oilfields include engineering, procurement, fabrication, load-out, transportation, installation, hook-up and pre-commissioning work of four offshore platforms (SSS Wellhead Decks) with the associated four subsea pipelines, three submarine cables and downstream tie-ins," says Aqeel A Madhi, CEO of NPCC.
Saudi Aramco has awarded a contract to National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) for four offshore platforms and associated submarine pipelines, cables and tie-ins for three oilfields.
In the newspaper tie-in, the villain of the series (Marvin's secretary) is named Raymond Owen and is described as a once good person who has been corrupted by debt resulting from his addiction to morphine.
"Writing news releases that tie-in with current or cultural events," explains company spokesman Brian Geary, "have always been effective ways to attract viewers to read your news release." The effectiveness of the tie-in, however, is directly related to the appropriateness of the tie-in to the product or service.
Consensus as to the sorts of books embraced by the television tie-in category is limited and few dictionaries of terms associated with either literature or librarianship include entries that may help a reader seeking clarification.
Swedish-Japanese telecomms solutions provider Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB (Sony Ericsson) has reportedly urged Finland to scrap its ban on the so-called tie-in sale of mobile phones and the subscriptions to use them.
In this tie-in, students made a graphic representation of information found within authentic text.
has never been higher, counter-balancing the media tie-in clones.
The makers of government antitrust policy under the Reagan administration were not content to rely on these conclusions to persuade the Court to effectively eliminate the tie-in rule, however.
Unlike other movie tie-ins, the game does not use any clips to push the story along, although they are available as bonus features.
The contract covers engineering, manufacturing, transportation, tie-in and commissioning, procurement and installation of more than 130 km of pipelines, the fabrication and installation of 15 risers and three subsea tie-ins and the installation of over 40 crossings.
On the day before Thanksgiving, three new blockbuster films open - 'Timeline' based on Michael Crichton' s best seller, which is re-released in a new cover; Disney's 'The Haunted Mansion' which is based on a theme park ride and comes with a junior novelisation from Random House; and 'In America' an independent movie garnering rave reviews and awards, which comes with a book tie-in written by the director Jim Sheridan and his daughter.