wire together

wire something together

to bind the pieces of something together with wire; to bind things together with wire. I wired the car's exhaust pipe together, hoping to get a few more miles out of it. I will wire it together to keep it from dragging on the roadway.
See also: together, wire
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Chain lengths must be bundled by means of suitable dimension of the steel wire together with the wire lock.
They found that these sensory fibres wire together in the spinal cord with another group of neurons known as RORI neurons.
They found that these sensory fibers wire together in the spinal cord with another group of neurons known as RORI neurons.
They found that these sensory fibers wire together in the spinal cord with another group of neurons known as RORα neurons, named for a specific type of molecular gate found on each cell's nucleus.
In the day's third race, a trio of $8,000 claimers _ Fly Like A Angel, Allihaveonztheradio and Terri After Five _ hit the wire together after a one-mile race.
In one, he can be seen plotting to wipe out his arch enemies the Daleks by touching two pieces of wire together.
In fact, I spoke to Peter on Friday night before this came out and said we have got to go right to the wire together and we will do what we can together and it was a really positive email I then got back from him saying 'absolutely'.
We were able to wire together all those writers and scholars from around the world and new things keep happening since then.
Recognizing the ongoing interest enterprises have in utilizing off-premise applications, the Burton Group has invited leading identity providers such as CA, Novell, Sun, TriCipher and Ping Identity as well as live SaaS application environments such as eXpresso, Salesforce, Google Apps and Cisco WebEx to wire together their systems using nothing but standard identity protocols and the Internet.
STEP 2 Wire pieces together in twos then arrange into grid pattern and wire together.
In "Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain," John Ratey describes how physical activity encourages brain cells to fire together, and wire together.
In the latter case, iodine is a crucial linchpin in holding the wire together.
Blair was released from James Cook Hospital yesterday after a successful operation on Wednesday to wire together his elbow.
It is helpful to think that neurons that wire together, fire together.