connectins

con·nec·tins

(kŏ-nek'tinz),
Collective term for the protein components of the cytoskeleton (connective tissue); originally described in muscle, but later observed in erythrocyte and other cell membranes.
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It's all islands and sloughs, connectin' clear across an' back to the San Joaquin.
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YOU CAN AVOIP SOME MINOR RESISTANCE LOSSES BY CONNECTINS TO THE PEAP BATTERY.
America's fifth largest carrier will operate daily from May until September, with onward flights available to Boston, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando, Miami, San Francisco and Tampa - and all the connectins are within two hours.
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