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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
bağlantı noktası
bağlantı çekidi
{i} rabıta
(Kanun) irtibat
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
a connected group
the centre of something
a form of connection
Network of Excellence in Multifunctional Microsystems Established in 1992 with European Union funding, Nexus is now a non-profit association headquartered in Grenoble, France, with the aim of providing access to information and guidance on MEMS/Microsystems www nexus-emsto com
see Passport Nexus
A nexus is a connection or series of connections within a particular situation or system. the nexus between the dominant class and the State. a connection or network of connections between a number of people, things, or ideas nexus of (past participle of nectere )
See NET Passport Nexus
The process used to determine if a company must collect sales tax in a particular state Generally, this is determined by whether a company has a substantial physical presence in the state, i e , a store, an office, a warehouse, or a similar physical structure
New Exporters to U S South, being a government program designed to assist small and medium-sized businesses which already have experience in the markets of the northern United States and are interested in expanding their export activities to the southern states Federal and provincial government departments and agencies administer the program jointly
the means of connection between things linked in series
A set or collection of something
The establishment of representation within the state or other taxing jurisdiction
Shimano's hub gear system
The Globus Multithreaded Communication Library
Communication library and protocol underlying Globus
The condition of having sufficient presence in a jurisdiction to be subject to specific laws of that jurisdiction For instance, in order to be subject to the taxing authority of a state, a person or organization must have sufficient presence in that state, usually established by operating a business or otherwise engaging in commerce there The degree of presence and the associated specific conditions necessary for a nexus to be formed is typically established by statutory and case law
a connected series or group
Connection; tie
{i} means of connection, link, joint; connected group
n 1) A connection; tie 2) The center of things [Lt ÒnectereÓ Indo-Eur Òned-Ò] There must be a nexus under the rugÉNo, itÕs just foam
a provision of the Constitution which requires that the number of Members of the House of Representatives be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of Senators
plural of nexus

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    bond, link, tie


    /ˈneksəs/ /ˈnɛksəs/


    [ 'nek-s&s ] (noun.) 1663. From Latin nexus (“the act of binding together; bond”), from nectō (“bind”).


    ... our Nexus devices. ...
    ... With Nexus 4 we tried to improve that a bit. ...

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