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in connection with

Regarding; having to do with; concerning. We received an anonymous tip in connection with the ongoing investigation.
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connection

n. a seller of drugs; someone who is a source for drugs. (Originally drugs.) This connection you keep talking about—is he dependable?

in connection with

In relation to; with respect to; concerning: The mayor's office made no comments in connection with the tax proposal.
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Napoleon as he was empirically known consisted of a series of gradually changing appearances: first a squalling baby, then a boy, then a slim and beautiful youth, then a fat and slothful person very magnificently dressed This series of appearances, and various occurrences having certain kinds of causal connections with them, constitute Napoleon as empirically known, and therefore are Napoleon in so far as he forms part of the experienced world.
But there is, from the point of view of ordinary thought, a great difference between a process which, like a flash of lightning, can be wholly comprised within one specious present and a process which, like the life of a man, has to be pieced together by observation and memory and the apprehension of causal connections.
development has brought about two things : (1) a series of functional connections among arcs which run from visual receptor to muscles of throat, and (2) a series of already earlier connected arcs which run from the same receptor to the bodily muscles.
This links a remote user to an organization's network via its server or desktop PCs and provides full network access from any place with an Internet connection.
The connection layer is the TCP/IP connection between the server and the iSCSI storage target, which, in our case, is the ISCSI intelligent storage switch.
This shows that the combination of Data Connection's portable software, with its inherent scalability and reliability, is an exceptional starting point for OEMs building provider edge and core routers", said Phil McConnell, CEO of Data Connection.
Howard has more than 15 years of experience in the industry, with three of those years being spent at PC Connection Sales Corporation, the Company's original business and its largest subsidiary, in a variety of management positions of increasing responsibility.
in 2005 as President of PC Connection Sales Corporation, the Company's largest sales subsidiary that targets the small- and medium-sized business marketplace.
Moving to this new connection scheme also reduces the size of the physical connection, making it more appropriate for smaller form factor drives.
Jesse Dobrinsky, Chief Executive Officer of Cargo Connection Logistics Holding, Inc.
Serial ATA (SATA) is an emerging storage connection that promises to change the way the world connects its storage devices.
Based in Cincinnati, Handyman Connection earned its highest ranking to-date: No.
Access to a device's console port by an out-of-band dial-up connection ensures that the network manager can manage that device remotely under any condition.
Over that time, Data Connection has built a reputation for quality and innovation that is second to none - and again we see that translating into commercial success.
We are enthusiastic about forming a strategic alliance with UTEK Corporation," said Jesse Dobrinsky, Chief Executive Officer of Cargo Connection Logistics Holding, Inc.
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