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- n. A connector
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as connector.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an instrumentality that connects
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This is a very inexpensive connecter, which is at the base of the space shuttle's external fuel tank right about in this region.
I have one collar that's the old conventional style buckle and the other is a loop adjustable with plastic clip connecter rather than metal buckle.
Tuesday, January 12 2010 try the Gefen dvi to mini dp converter along with your micro dvi to dvi connecter that came with your air .. i am using this setup and it works …
How do I know if I'm just a connecter/social butterfly vs. a dreaded queen bee?
Besides certain tools, he carried with him a strange rig that consisted of a small, green plastic box with “Xzillaraider 7.3” imprinted on it, a swirl of heavy wire with electronic interface clips at one end, with a more complex swirl of lighter wire—one for power, one for grounding—a bypass, and a switch connecter.
J'ai moins de mal a me connecter sur internet c temps ci alors je vais pitete en profiter pour mettre quelques videos de jasp '!
And from our DOT cameras downtown, the connecter was completely shut down.
If you aren't able to get the new c connecter like another poster said, find out of the bobcat and lynx and cheetah sized marvers will fit the cricket.
And an addendum: If you attempt to realease a new phone after 2005 without a normal 3.5mm headphone connecter you should be kicked in the balls repeatedly
Does Nullriver's connecter work well with HD stuff on the PS3?