- to be connected
to be related
- One who advocates the recovery of territory culturally or historically related to one's nation but now subject to a foreign government.
- One thing that is related to or connected with another.
- These two events were related to each other.
- I'm afraid John has fallen in with some criminals.
- The tajik authorities have released the bbc reporter urunboy usmonov on bail a month after he was detained on charges of having links with a banned islamic party.
- When two linking train routes in the same direction constitute a through route and the displays of two signals of the protected route are associated the approach section of the latter route shall begin from the block section adjoining the front of the former signal;
- 3.genesis And development of volcanoes geotherm and earthquakes in tengchong area are interrelated with one another and are associated with the motions of the indian and eurasian plates.
- 5.persons Who are associated in business with one another in that one is the sole agent sole distributor or sole concessionaire however described of the other shall be deemed to be related for the purposes of this agreement if they fall within the criteria of paragraph4.
- There was a great sense of political connectedness between different groups.even small villages in the hinterlands of large cities were connected to some political center.
- No contact with calder since yesterday.
- But is there any proven co-relation between attendance and performance in a course?
- The case is not linked epidemiologically to either of the two recent cases in aswan governorate that were announced on19march and on20march.
- Relating to the ciliary body and associated structures of the eye.
- Douglas fir; closely related to genera larix and cathaya.
- Of or relating to the ciliary body and associated structures of the eye.