1. the means of connection between things linked in series
2. a connected series or group
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Before he could respond, Ayenden's attention was drawn to a commotion atop the Nexus platform.
Meanwhile, the government also played a certain role in the nexus.
The close nexus between Washington and Wall Street is eroding trust in government.
I just disenchanted one into a nexus.
If you want an Android phone right now, get a Nexus One.
The relation between a subject and its predicate is sometimes called a nexus.
To a growing group of information war technologists, it is the nexus of fantasy and reality.
Torso Action: the backbone of the body trunk, nexus, connecting his head and limbs.
The cell phone has become the nexus of our sales activities because it enables efficient coordination.
Retaliation: Shield Wall Recklessness cooldowns have been removed , now requires a Nexus Crystal to activate.
This paper presents some research works on the law? finance nexus.
The nexus of poisons and terror is new. The nexus of Iraq and terror is old.
Shared ambition is the vital nexus between them.
The Prayer Book has provided a flexible enough nexus of beliefs to hold together the different church parties.
There is relatively little information about nexus, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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