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Meanings and phrases
- The work is about connections between prostitution, crime and tattoos.
- There is regular stairway and escalator connections between all levels.
- In 1953, the remaining formal connections between the club and the Army ceased.
- In fact, he had close family connections to the West Indies lobby.
- Lile did not use her family connections to get the video broadcast.
- He had long been familiar with the village, owing to family connections.
- Barnard had numerous family political connections.
- Despite his humble origins, Whitney was keenly aware of the value of social and political connections.
- Shirley's political connections in London enabled him to acquire other desirable posts later in his career.
- "Neobodo" have very close connections with Kinetoplastid protists.
- The Kangju established close connections with the Sarmatians, their western neighbors.
- His parents both came from powerful houses with close connections to the Leonese royalty.
- The study also revealed strong connections between consumption of comfort foods and feelings of guilt.
- Mehta's sister, Vijay Kumari Khan, married an aristocratic Muslim with strong connections to Pakistan.
- Recent studies have shown strong connections between SAPs and tuberculosis rates in developing nations.
- From the station, passengers go down one level to make direct connections to bus routes 21, 27, and 53.
- Detroit lost its direct connections to St Louis, Cincinnati, Buffalo and the Canadian province of Ontario.
- The Tramway provides direct connections to Nice Airport and into Nice City Centre through tunnelled Tram Operations
- There are no other international rail connections.
- Onward bus and rail connections are available at Ballina.
- Nearby troop garrison and rail connections were also expanded.
- The Orange Grove site had poor bus connections only and none on Sundays.
- It is the closest town with rail and bus connections to Poloniny National Park.
- There are direct bus connections Ystad-Copenhagen, coordinated with the catamaran.
- Freshmen from wealthy families with social connections tended to shun Trumbull.
- They moved in similar circles and Baudelaire made many social connections through him.
- During World War I, the Walls stayed in France and put all their social connections to use.
- This consensus is formed by the personal connections a person forms in a community.
- Turtle's importance is at times overlooked, but his insight and personal connections sometimes solve difficult issues.
- With his personal connections and enthusiasm for Rodin's art, Henley was most responsible for Rodin's reception in Britain.
- Piping or tubing is usually inserted into fittings to make connections.
- It also branches to form the grey and the white rami communicantes which make connections with the sympathetic ganglia.
- ...Readers will be encouraged to make connections to their own experiences and feelings and to make connections with others in turn."
- Those familiar with Thalion's games could find many connections to other games.
- Later, additional schools were established with connections to other monastic houses in Odense.
- Today, Gifu Bus Co., Ltd. provides service within the city, as well as connections to other cities.
- Alaska has few road connections compared to the rest of the U.S.
- There are no road connections to the island, so all residents must use boats.
- It is from the M74 motorway, offering road connections to England and the M6 motorway.