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Serving or tending to connect.
1. One that connects.
2. Grammar A word, such as a conjunction, that connects words, phrases, clauses, and sentences.
3. Botany The portion of a stamen that connects the halves of an anther.

con·nec′tive·ly adv.
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Certainly, one would have to maximize the value of such a key feature as wireless connectively inherent to these patents.
Look at the world and how it has increased in size - not geographically, but connectively.
Amiee Chan, President and CEO of Norsat, stated, "We are pleased to have been selected by FNESS and look forward to contributing and providing broadband connectively to the First Nations communities and helping to improve access to education, training, health service and greater emergency communications.
This road upgrade is part of Ashghals Expressway Programme, and will cater for the anticipated increases in traffic on this part of the road network and improve connectively for pedestrians and cyclists with high quality finishes and landscaping to reveal Qatar s unique environment and culture.
Not more games, not the ability to play games quicker or more connectively or whatever.
This project set a new direction for Rudin, which now integrates the concept of broadband connectively into the fabric of the family's real estate.
The network services provider launched its voice over IP network earlier in the year with Cisco Systems, which provides connectively over a privately owned broadband IP backbone.