Natterson-Horowitz felt a connection snap into place in her mind as she read about capture myopathy.
In the pedophile group, Cantor found significantly less white matter in two different regions, suggesting a connection deficit.
So we had to work a lot on that, on gestures, movement, connection to the audience, which is a whole skill in itself.
Police say that none of the suspects were found to have any previous contact with Betts or connection to his students.
Furthermore, data confirm a connection between education level and police behavior.
I look upon my connection with the Wesleyan body as virtually terminated.
The laws are made by the king in connection with a council of ministers.
We kept on to Nice to make the only connection that would get us back to Cannes.
No mention is made anywhere of any function of a priest in connection with it.
Can you see any connection between a sucking baronet and publishing?
late 14c., conneccion, later connexioun (mid-15c.), from Old French connexion, from Latin connexionem (nominative connexio) "a binding or joining together," from *connexare, frequentative of conectere "to fasten together, to tie, join together," from com- "together" (see com-) + nectere "to bind, tie" (see nexus).
Spelling shifted from connexion to connection (especially in American English) mid-18c. under influence of connect, abetted by affection, direction, etc.
connection con·nec·tion (kə-něk'shən)
The act of connecting or the state of being connected.
Something that connects.