First, what are the standards for determining who is too big—or too interconnected—to allow to fail?
Essentially what you are creating is a very complicated, interconnected family.
The querulous, interconnected pamphlets printed in seventeenth-century Europe prefigure the culture of modern blogging.
We need leaders who understand that we are interconnected, interdependent—leaders like Panmela Castro.
He calls the issue “interconnected” to every domestic problem in Iran.
They are reasonable effects of reason in so far as the latter is not an isolated part, but interconnected with the universe.
The world is interconnected and this interconnection is subdivided into departments.
Afranio's instrument consists, he states, of two bassons as it were interconnected by tubes and blown by bellows.
In the face of these facts, the Gregorian movement of the eleventh century pursues two closely interconnected objects.
It may be defined as a succession of interconnected feelings with a more complex physical expression than a simple feeling.