Attach may refer to:

  • Attachment (disambiguation)
  • Attached, an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation

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Military Attachés And War Correspondents In The First World War - Overview
... The multi-national military attachés and observers who took part in the First World War were expressly engaged in collecting data and analyzing the interplay between tactics, strategy, and ... These military attachés, naval attachés and other observers prepared voluminous first-hand accounts of the war and analytical papers ... The functions of a military attaché are illustrated by the American military attachés in Japan during the war years ...
Attaché (disambiguation)
... An attaché is a person who is assigned ("attached") to the administrative staff of a superior, or to another service or agency ... Attaché may also refer to A flash drive made by PNY Technologies A type of briefcase A wrestler in the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling federation ...
Chile–United States Relations - Principal U.S. Embassy Officials
... Smith, USAF Agricultural Counselor—Joseph López APHIS Attaché—Karen S ... Sliter Legal Attaché—Stanley Stoy Drug Enforcement Administration—Dave Horan ...
Conseiller Chargé Des Investissements - Sources and External Links
... Bilateral-insular Resident (Resident Commissioner) Envoy Agent-General By portfolio (Attaché) Trade commissioner Science attaché Cultural attach ...
List Of Magic: The Gathering Keywords - Keyword Actions - Attach
... The term attach is used primarily on cards which can provide effects to certain other cards for an indeterminate amount of time, particularly Auras (see Enchant ...

Famous quotes containing the word attach:

    We sail within a vast sphere, ever drifting in uncertainty, driven from end to end. When we think to attach ourselves to any point and to fasten to it, it wavers and leaves us; and if we follow it, it eludes our grasp, slips past us, and vanishes for ever. Nothing stays for us.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)

    There is no more important rule of conduct in the world than this: attach yourself as much as you can to people who are abler than you and yet not so very different that you cannot understand them.
    —G.C. (Georg Christoph)

    The physicians say, they are not materialists; but they are:MSpirit is matter reduced to an extreme thinness: O so thin!—But the definition of spiritual should be, that which is its own evidence. What notions do they attach to love! what to religion! One would not willingly pronounce these words in their hearing, and give them the occasion to profane them.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)