tie-in


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a fastener that serves to join or connect

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I didn't want to get in tie-ins with the possibility of interest rates coming down when we go into the euro.
Tie-ins for the Southern Living Visa will include discounts on Southern Living products purchased with the card.
Statoil said the work will largely be carried out in the spring and summer of 2004, with the remainder of the tie-ins to the platform due in 2005 when the installation is due to arrive on site.
Madelyn's experience and accomplishments in film promotion are a welcome addition to MGM, particularly with all of the numerous promotions and tie-ins we have planned for our new films in the coming months," Christiansen stated.
Installation of the subsea structures, umbilicals, tie-ins spools and system testing will be completed by the Diving Support Vessels CSO Wellservicer and CSO Orelia.
Such a wide array of tie-ins led to some public backlash and many unsold products, but it didn't hurt the performance of ``The Phantom Menace,'' which grossed $431 million domestically.
543, legislation passed by the Senate in 1991 to protect consumers against credit tie-ins and coercion, close loopholes that give banks an unfair competitive advantage over agents and restrict the comptroller of the currency's authority to expand bank insurance powers.
Paramount Pictures will now have a direct-to-consumer relationship to deliver revenue generating content, innovative mobile campaigns, tailored promotions, DVD/retail tie-ins and collaborative partnerships with technology and media partners.
This momentum should continue as we leverage additional tie-ins and partnerships, and ready the launch of our next game, Nancy Drew: The Creature of Kapu Cave in October.
It's also possible that other bowls might end up with at-large spots because conferences with tie-ins don't have enough teams bowl eligible.
With high moisture tolerance, temperature resistance, and abrasion resistance; fast touch dry and set times; and ease of application with a brush or roller, the forest green Protal 7200 is used for on site brush applied liquid coating of girth welds, tie-ins, welds for boring applications, repairs to FBE, station piping, fittings, and fabrication.
We are going to continue to add new features and services, including more tie-ins with Firehouse Magazine and the Firehouse series of trade shows and conferences, to help us grow even more.
The Florida Citrus Bowl has locked up its conference tie-ins with the SEC and Big Ten for another four years and has increased its payout to $4.
The marketing strategy will include on-campus and stadium promotions, free minutes, and marketing tie-ins to movies.
Joe Sachs, whose medical and film school expertise made him an ideal candidate to be hired from Northridge as one of ``ER's'' first medical advisers, calls all the educational tie-ins ``the side effects of 'ER.