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attached

adj. 1) two buildings which are connected, or equipment which is solidly incorporated into a structure such as bolted to the floor or wired to the ceiling (and not capable of being removed without damage to the structure). If an item is so attached it probably has become a part of the real property, except for "trade fixtures," which can be detached. 2) referring to money or an object which is taken by court order based on a sworn claim by a plaintiff (person suing) that the owner may soon depart to avoid payment of the debt. (See: fixture, trade fixture, attachment)

attached

(Annexed), adjective added, affixed, appendant, appended, aptus, bound, conjoined, connected, fastened, fixed, joined, paired, subjoined, united

attached

(Seized), adjective adeemed, annexed, appropriated, arrogated, confiscated, disseised, distrained, expropriated, foreclosed, for feited, gar nisheed, levied, replevied, sequestered, usurped
Associated concepts: provisional remedy
See also: addicted, appurtenant, cohesive, conjoint, inextricable, inseparable, proximate
References in classic literature ?
After a short pause, Catherine resumed with, "Then you do not believe Isabella so very much attached to my brother?
Dame Aloise de Gondelaurier, a rich and noble woman, who held by the hand a pretty girl about five or six years of age, and dragged a long veil about, suspended to the golden horn of her headdress, halted as she passed the wooden bed, and gazed for a moment at the wretched creature, while her charming little daughter, Fleur-de-Lys de Gondelaurier, spelled out with her tiny, pretty finger, the permanent inscription attached to the wooden bed: "Foundlings.
And all this was seen by the tremulous light of a match attached to a barrel of powder, that is to say, a torch which, whilst throwing a light on the dead past, showed death to come.
The air had made the flame attached to the conductor more active; the match, which at rest might have burnt five minutes, was consumed in thirty seconds, and the infernal work exploded.
To the top of the foremast, which was just lifted conveniently from the deck, I attached the rigging, stays and throat and peak halyards.
I found these here on my return," he said, "and attached to them the card which I believe is still there.
Count of the Holy Roman Empire, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Brazen Crown, Perpetual Arch-Master of the Rosicrucian Masons of Mesopotamia; Attached (in Honorary Capacities) to Societies Musical, Societies Medical, Societies Philosophical, and Societies General Benevolent, throughout Europe; etc.
The clashing and banging band attached to the horse-riding establishment, which had there set up its rest in a wooden pavilion, was in full bray.
170(f)(12), is obtained from the donee organization and attached to the return.
But new technologies like iSCSI and Serial Attached SCSI can be combined with enhanced storage intelligence to reduce the cost and complexity of installing and managing a SAN.
Art also added a deck, closer to the ground, that isn't attached to the tree at all.
For the first time, it has now been shown that these results can be further improved when Biosignal's furanones are permanently attached to contact lenses.