Similar words: attach, attack, each time, at the thought of, at that time, gotta, lose sight of, cottage. Meaning: v. 1. be associated with 2. be part of.
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1. No one is suggesting that any health risks attach to this product.
2. Does any significance attach to the use of the technical terms?
3. What significance does Hall attach to them?
4. The Bridge is smooth, nothing to attach to.
5. And what significance should we attach to this development?
6. Attach to the perimeter of the cushion cover.
7. What meaning can we attach to spatial position?
8. These privileges attach to reports of public statements and public documents.
9. The meanings and purposes they attach to this behaviour are largely inconsequential.
10. The bubbles condense into droplets which attach to salt crystals and other particles in the atmosphere and eventually form clouds.
11. They reproduce rapidly, attach to the wall of the small intestine and stay there.
12. But not a loner. Capacity to attach to a firm, a team.
13. Appropriate populations of lymphocytes make specialised proteins that attach to antigens on the infectious organism.
14. They too attach to very specific parts of the limb.
15. Therapists vary in the importance they attach to background and childhood experiences of the parents.
16. This partly accounts for the importance which farmers attach to cultivating their workers' loyalty.
17. But will an obligation of confidence attach to a computer hacker?
18. This latter step emphasizes the importance which you attach to the whole process.
19. The rule of the transformation is to attach to the key that which was unattached and viceversa.
20. Have you got the doodah, you know(sentencedict.com), the thing you attach to the end of this?
21. It refers in general to the confidence the tester can attach to decisions based on the test scores.
22. Farmers still have the problem of overcoming the stigma which all too often young people attach to working on the land.
23. In my view the dock company is not entitled to any statutory immunities which may attach to the port authority.
24. Anyone watching our programmes over the past few years knows the importance we attach to this.
25. After the rehearsal the sound engineer gave me a battery pack and microphone to attach to my evening gown.
26. I will also devote some time to topic work because of the importance I attach to integrated approaches to learning.
27. The meaning of a word is the constructed concept we attach to it.
28. Their collective utterances may help us to understand the meaning they wished to attach to this favoured term.
29. What significance do you think Cockburn and Dearlove would attach to local politics in explaining the changes of the early 1970s?
30. Seven bookings - four for Millwall and three for the Hammers - reflected the importance both clubs attach to the fixture.
More similar words: attach, attack, each time, at the thought of, at that time, gotta, lose sight of, cottage, pittance, vendetta, stack, each, intact, tackle, tactic, beach, reach, teach, coach, teacher, preach, obstacle, get across, reach out, each other, put across, cut across, spectacle, approach, bleaching.