Definition of interconnected
1 : mutually joined or related interconnected highways interconnected political issues
2 : having internal connections between the parts or elements
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The other six lawsuits facing that interconnected network of voter-fraud largely echo the claims of the LDF, including its objection to a recent request from Kobach to each state for extensive amounts of public and private voter data.
Both Newton and Tremblay noted that the research highlights how interconnected Arctic countries are, and how an action by one country could impact the whole region.
Specifically, the peripheral nerve damage seemed to deactivate a type of interconnected brain cells, called somatostatin (SOM) interneurons, which normally dampen pain signals.
Its successors may build a new kind of Internet, a Web 3.0 of interconnected blockchains running countless applications.
Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn allege that Mr. Shkreli, 34 years old, committed a series of interconnected frauds, misleading investors in his hedge funds and...
There are a lot of interconnected parts, but the main purpose of that prelude was to help put into context the possible rippling effects of recent news involving one of the top quarterback recruits in the class of 2018.
Any introduction of a barrier would be deeply politically contentious, and a major practical challenge on a jagged, 300-mile boundary with hundreds of minor and major crossings that divides two highly interconnected economies.
The Mummy is unraveling at the North American box office in a blow for Tom Cruise and Universal's new Dark Universe of interconnected monster movies.
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