interconnection

[ in-ter-kuh-nekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF interconnection

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The world is interconnected and this interconnection is subdivided into departments.

It is this mode of interconnection of the cells that affords the diagnostic generic character.

The mode of arrangement and interconnection of the cells in this genus is remarkable, and highly interesting.

He remembered the construction of cells, the building of organs, the interconnection of nerve tissue.

It is merely necessary that some interconnection be actually experienced and that its relations be directly apprehended.

But only the totality of things, in their interconnection as constituting the universe, is completely adequate to the Idea.

Wonderful is the interconnection of the whole, and marvelous is the way in which the tide of sound ebbs once more.

General principles, he says, enter into all our thoughts, and form their soul and interconnection.

Now let me illustrate the interconnection of all things, or the world-unit, by discussing the question of causality.

The best type of teaching bears in mind the desirability of affecting this interconnection.

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