Use "make contact" in a sentence

1. Unable to make contact with Starfleet, Captain.

2. Advise when you make contact with Busan.

3. It's urgent that we make contact with the Republic.

4. The processes of protoplasmic Astrocytes also make contact with

5. Is it possible to make contact with the spirit realm?

6. • does not make contact with the abrasive wheel at any time.

7. When the eggs make contact with water, they hatch, freeing the parasites.

8. The Term “Boffing” came from the noise it makes when the weapons make contact.

9. The aircraft failed to make contact with Cyprus Air Traffic Control 23 minutes later.

10. Adhesions may occur when tissues make contact and band together, most often after surgery

11. The answer, of course, comes down to Batted ball distribution and how batters make contact

12. LGA 1151 has 1151 protruding pins to make contact with the pads on the processor.

13. I need to get back to my lab so I can make contact with the FLDSMDFR.

14. For instance, sometimes a system fuse gets blown if thermostat wires make contact with each other during installation.

15. Asperity In this paper, however, we consider particles with microscopic surface asperities such that they are able to make contact

16. When we make contact, we'll drive full force for the Jap airstrip and cut the supply line from Voyon Bay.

17. Knee Airbags: This small airbag is designed to minimize injuries to the lower limbs as they make contact with the dashboard

18. The key to proper Alignment is adjusting the angles of the tires which affects how they make contact with the road.

19. However, posts differ from spindles or Balusters in that a post will always make contact with the base of the deck itself

20. Amphibole Quartz may be used to make contact with angelic beings, and to find a deep sense of inner peace and tranquility

21. Leaving your Batter out for too long Once the dry ingredients make contact with the liquid ingredients, the rising agent becomes activated

22. It is only when such worlds become utopian-level space travellers that the Symbionts make contact and bring the young utopia to an equal footing.

23. At its core is a neoclassical (aggregate) production function, often specified to be of Cobb–Douglas type, which enables the model "to make contact with microeconomics".

24. Social Cognition: Thinking and Learning About Others The human brain contains about 100 billion neurons, each of which can make contact with tens of thousands of other neurons

25. Anastomose - come together or open into each other; "the blood vessels Anastomose" inosculate conjoin , join - make contact or come together; "The two roads join here"

26. Baa Communication Guidelines: During the pre-release period, small businesses are permitted to make contact by e-mail with the appropriate Air Force personnel to ask technical questions about the topics

27. In the fortieth year of the Second Era (E2R2Y15), the Avians finally find themselves starbound, sending out long-term scouting missions in an attempt to make contact with other spacefaring civilizations.

28. If your aircraft has outward flutes the standard Aileron Gap Seals will not fit, but we can build a modified gap seal that has cut-outs where the flutes would make contact.

29. Due to the presence of the convex curved distal exit window, the microscope apparatus may readily make contact with the sample or the specimen absent trauma to the sample or the specimen.


31. Ale is a feature in an HF communications radio transceiver system that enables the radio station to make contact, or initiate a circuit, between itself and another HF radio station or network of stations.

32. Asepsis - is the absence of infectious organisms such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, or other microorganisms which may cause disease Aseptic techniques – are those aimed at minimising infection, ensuring that only uncontaminated objects/fluids make contact with sterile/susceptible sites.

33. Coronnat's centre column failed to make contact with the Black Flags at all, while Bichot's right column succeeded in capturing the village of Trem but was then held up in front of the Black Flag defences at Quatre Colonnes.

34. 1 Description 1.1 Weaknesses 2 Usage 3 References 4 External Links 5 Site Navigation BloodCurdle allows Chizome to temporarily paralyze an opponent by ingesting samples of their blood.1 Chizome only requires his tongue to make contact with a small amount of a person's blood, regardless of where and

35. The Vietnam Maritime Search and Rescue Coordination Center (Vietnam MRCC) and The Japanese Coast Guard received distress signals at 22:54 hours UTC on 1 January in position lat 9".01' 01:001N, long 109" 15' 26.01E from Bulk Jupiter, but were unable to make contact with the vessel.

36. Conjoin: 1 v make contact or come together Synonyms: join Antonyms: disjoin , disjoint become separated, disconnected or disjoint Types: show 29 types hide 29 types feather join tongue and groove, in carpentry attach become attached cross-link join by creating covalent bonds (of adjacent chains of a polymer or protein) anastomose ,

37. Two explanations are given for them being sent to a concentration camp: first, that they had managed to make contact with the French Resistance, some were disguised as civilians, and they were carrying false papers when caught; they were therefore categorized by the Germans as spies, which meant their rights under the Geneva Convention were not respected.