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  • n  a state of being connected reciprocally

  • This interconnectedness of so many congregations, along with Haggard's recently political bent, both amplify the effect of the scandal.
  • As AIG has pointed out in its own analysis, "The extent and interconnectedness of AIG's business is far-reaching and encompasses customers across the globe ranging from .
  • For a moment there, it felt as though novels simply had to get longer and longer to encompass the world's galloping complexity and interconnectedness.

  • Henry Paulson in Tampa Tribune
    This latest episode has highlighted that the world has changed, as has the role of other nonbank financial institutions and the interconnectedness among all financial institutions,Paulson said. "These changes require us all to think more...
  • Roger Altman in Seattle Post Intelligencer
    It's the interconnectedness and the fear of the unknown, meaning the impact of a failure,said Roger Altman, a former Treasury official under President Clinton. "The prospect of the world's largest insurer failing, together with the...

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