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Vino has been a great connector this year, as we’ve shared glasses with friends virtually and traveled by proxy to regions we can’t visit.
8 WAYS WINE WILL CHANGE IN 2021RACHEL KINGDECEMBER 28, 2020FORTUNE
Okta co-founder and CEO Todd McKinnon says that the company has created a series of connectors to make it easier to connect identity to a workflow that includes sales and marketing tooling.
I ride my gravel bike on connector roads to the open lands around my town.
Cha added that Hong Kong remains an “excellent connector” between East and West, and said the territory’s stock markets are “stable and steady.”
Tiny robots can operate as nerve cell connectors, bridging gaps between two distinct groups of cells.
The connector or attachment plug should be of rubber or solid plastic and have a metal cord grip fastened to it.
Only insofar as I held the endotracheal connector in place into the tracheotomy tube.
WARREN COMMISSION (6 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VI (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
As will be shown later, the normal way of releasing the switches is from the connector back over the release wire.
It has already been stated that the connector is of the same general type of apparatus as the first and the second selectors.
This grounds the vertical side of the line at his station and operates the vertical relay at the connector.

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