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tie-in

n. a connection; a liaison. I got a call from Mary—my tie-in with the mayor’s office—who says it’s all set.
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Under this agreement, contractors will be responsible for delivering a number of offshore oil and gas producing platforms, tie-in platforms, pipelines, power cables, and all the related facilities, as required under the current master plan for Saudi Aramco's offshore fields.
In his investigation of marketing techniques in early film melodrama, Ben Singer describes newspaper tie-ins as "perhaps the most important mode of publicity for serials ...
The study, published on August 28 in the journal PLoS One, revealed that the advertisements aimed at children featured food packaging, movie tie-ins and exterior shots of the fast-food restaurants.
Audio scripts for adult advertisements emphasized food taste, price and portion size, whereas the children's ads focused on movie tie-ins and free toys.
Natural gas company Dejour Energy Inc (NYSE MKT:DEJ)(TSX:DEJ) revealed on Monday the completion of its production facility installations and pipeline tie-ins at Kokopelli.
However, the company plans to shoot a total of 460 km (286 mi) of seismic lines, to allow tie-ins with neighboring wells, and to speed up a decision on committing to drill.
The ratings also mirror the highly-experienced promoters of the company, its good tie-ins with larger players, which help the firm in garnering repeat orders, and the good growth prospects for the construction industry.
His 2004 feature debut, wry teen romantic comedy "Promedio rojo," was a hit that spawned tie-ins, including a book, T-shirts and a soundtrack.
While most tie-ins are selected because they share a common or similar attribute with the news release topic, effective tie-ins can also be established based on humor or irony.
Television tie-ins have always struggled to gain critical acceptability from a literary standpoint.
The scope of work also includes the associated subsea tie-ins, as well as testing and pre-commissioning works.
Protal 7200 is a fast cure, one coat epoxy coating that can be hand or spray applied to girth welds, tie-ins, fittings and rehabilitation of existing pipelines.
Some of the companies, however, has found a roundabout way how not to break this rule by being a part of a number of tie-ins bidding in the tender.
The corporation has released a list of 154 of the internet domain names it operates, ranging from foreign language news to spoof tie-ins with TV programmes.
SpongeTech, which currently sponsors the New York Rangers and eight National Football League teams, also had tie-ins with Major League Baseball teams, the World Football Challenge, the U.S.