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Sigma KEE - Attaching
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Attaching
A Process where one Object becomes attached to another Object. Note that this differs from Putting in that two things which are attached may already be in the same location. Note that Combining is different from Attaching in that the former applies to Substances, while the latter applies to CorpuscularObjects. Note too that Attaching is different from Putting in that one or both of the two things which are attached may or may not be moved from the location where they were combined.
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Parents DualObjectProcess Any Process that requires two, nonidentical patients.
Children FertilisationFertilisation or fertilization (see spelling differences), also known as generative fertilisation, syngamy and impregnation,[1] is the fusion of gametes to give rise to a new individual organism or offspring and initiate its development. Processes such as insemination or pollination which happen before the fusion of gametes are also sometimes informally called fertilization. [from Wikipedia]
 GrabbingAny instance of Touching which results in a situation where the agent grasps the patient of the Touching.
 SewingAttaching two pieces of Fabric or one part of a piece of Fabric to another part by means of needle and thread.
 SolderingAttaching two things by means of a MetallicAlloy.
 TyingThe Process of tying two things, or two strands of the same thing, together.


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