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  • noun

Synonyms for connection

Synonyms for connection

a point or position at which two or more things are joined

something, such as a feeling, thought, or idea, associated in one's mind or imagination with a specific person or thing

an acquaintance who is in a position to help

Synonyms for connection

a relation between things or events (as in the case of one causing the other or sharing features with it)

(usually plural) a person who is influential and to whom you are connected in some way (as by family or friendship)

the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination

a supplier (especially of narcotics)

shifting from one form of transportation to another

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One day, my father, in my presence, asked his advice about the best manner of starting me in life, with due credit to my connections and sufficient advantage to myself.
Do you see the connection, now, between that question, and what I have said since?
Besides these gentlemen, there were some ladies among the guests invited by Sir Patrick--all of them family connections, and three of them appointed to the position of Blanche's bridesmaids.
But this point is not important in the present connection.
And this is really the most essential function of words, namely that, originally through their connection with images, they bring us into touch with what is remote in time or space.
Napoleon as he was empirically known consisted of a series of gradually changing appearances: first a squalling baby, then a boy, then a slim and beautiful youth, then a fat and slothful person very magnificently dressed This series of appearances, and various occurrences having certain kinds of causal connections with them, constitute Napoleon as empirically known, and therefore are Napoleon in so far as he forms part of the experienced world.
But there is, from the point of view of ordinary thought, a great difference between a process which, like a flash of lightning, can be wholly comprised within one specious present and a process which, like the life of a man, has to be pieced together by observation and memory and the apprehension of causal connections.
development has brought about two things : (1) a series of functional connections among arcs which run from visual receptor to muscles of throat, and (2) a series of already earlier connected arcs which run from the same receptor to the bodily muscles.
It will now be sufficiently understood that Pesca was not separated from all connection with me and my interests, although he has hitherto been separated from all connection with the progress of this narrative.
Pray, Mr Tappertit,' said Mr Chester, 'has that complicated piece of ironmongery which you have done me the favour to bring with you, any immediate connection with the business we are to discuss?
This links a remote user to an organization's network via its server or desktop PCs and provides full network access from any place with an Internet connection.
The connection layer is the TCP/IP connection between the server and the iSCSI storage target, which, in our case, is the ISCSI intelligent storage switch.
This shows that the combination of Data Connection's portable software, with its inherent scalability and reliability, is an exceptional starting point for OEMs building provider edge and core routers", said Phil McConnell, CEO of Data Connection.
Howard has more than 15 years of experience in the industry, with three of those years being spent at PC Connection Sales Corporation, the Company's original business and its largest subsidiary, in a variety of management positions of increasing responsibility.
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