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  • v. Present participle of interconnect.

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Examples

  • The two Ministers agreed to study, in consultation with their respective regional partners, the idea of interconnecting both networks to serve the whole continent.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Juniper core routers can be partitioned - on a per slot basis - into multiple virtual routers, each of which might represent services or network element types, and which can share resources such as interconnecting links and uplinks.

    GigaOM

  • Juniper core routers can be partitioned-on a per slot basis-into multiple virtual routers, each of which might represent services or network element types, and which can share resources such as interconnecting links and uplinks.

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  • Quint: Well, and it's smart especially they're involving the creative teams behind these movies and the kind of interconnecting themselves and able to work with each other so that way like you were saying it doesn't feel like you're just … where we don't just see a scene in IRON MAN 2 where we're going "oh gee, I wonder if that's supposed to mean … that's going to pay off later" something that's more organic.

    Ain't It Cool News - The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

  • And if you haven’t written that page 3 first, you might not be able to create the kind of interconnecting world you want to in a novel.

    Q&A: Paul Auster Talks About Man in the Dark: Bill Bradley

  • While the event is certainly a star-studded one, it also conveys the importance of the web and the interconnecting principles behind it.

    Aanarav Sareen: The Webby Awards and the Social Web

  • Comprised of seven different types of housing from duplex residences to homes designed specifically for individuals with disabilities, the dwellings are situated around eight patios – four large, interconnecting, communal spaces and four small, intimite ones.

    Mecanoo’s Sustainable Social Housing in Málaga, Spain | Inhabitat

  • The way that BALLE members believe in and contribute to living, and breathing, economies - truly interconnecting and supporting one another on a "glocal" scale - is the light in a dark tunnel.

    Andrea Learned: Business Unusual: Living Economies

  • Subsequently, the interconnecting of the profiles created three pivoting points which are then used for the transformation of the piece of furniture.

    Do You Want a Chair with a Map ?

  • Events and issues are not the result of any one thing, but a result of many things interconnecting.

    Building a sense of place

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