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Interconnected   Listen
adjective
interconnected  adj.  
1.
Having internal connections between parts. (Narrower terms: reticulate (vs. nonreticulate))
Synonyms: interrelated.
2.
Operating as a unit.
Synonyms: coordinated, unified.






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"Interconnected" Quotes from Famous Books



... after his death were to be turned into the street, beggars. If each individual were a unit whose interests ended with himself; if generations were like stratified rocks, superposed one on another but not interconnected; if—to quote a pithy phrase, I do not know from whom—"if all men were born orphans and died bachelors," then the right to draw income from the products of permanently productive capital would for most men lose much of what now ...
— A Critical Examination of Socialism • William Hurrell Mallock

... Her Majesty said. "The two properties are interconnected, of course, but they are not identical. After all ... well, never mind. But you have strength of will, Sir Kenneth, and strength of purpose. As a matter of fact, you have been building your strength in the ...
— Supermind • Gordon Randall Garrett

... because every organ and gland in the body is interconnected with other parts of the body through nerve pathways and nerve transmissions, which are electrical and can be measured through muscle testing. This may seem too esoteric for the "scientific" among you, but acupuncture ...
— How and When to Be Your Own Doctor • Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon

... few more seconds a miracle of complicated wiring came into visibility. The silk fibers were seen to be wires, threads of silver gossamer that interconnected the five emerging bulks in a maze of ordered complexity. Thousands interlaced the interior; hundreds were gathered in each of five close bunches that sprouted from the floor of the case and then spread, fanwise, to various groupings of ...
— The Affair of the Brains • Anthony Gilmore

... 570 telephones (Majuro) and 186 telephones (Ebeye); telex services local: NA intercity: islands interconnected by shortwave radio (used mostly for government purposes) international: 2 INTELSAT (Pacific Ocean) earth stations; US Government satellite communications system ...
— The 1995 CIA World Factbook • United States Central Intelligence Agency

... deeply engaged in lay activities; they were landlords, feudatories, and officials in their various countries. In the face of these facts, the Gregorian movement of the eleventh century pursues two closely interconnected objects. It aims at asserting the universal primacy of the papacy; it aims at vindicating the freedom of the clergy from all secular power. The one aim is a means to the other: the pope cannot be universal primate, unless the clergy he controls ...
— The Unity of Civilization • Various



Words linked to "Interconnected" :   coordinated, interrelated, unified, co-ordinated, interconnectedness



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