Definition of Connexion. Meaning of Connexion. Synonyms of Connexion

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Definition of Connexion

Connexion
Connexion Con*nex"ion, n. [L. connexio: cf. F. connexion.] Connection. See Connection.

Meaning of Connexion from wikipedia

- Look up connexion in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Connexion is a variant spelling of connection and may refer to: Connexion by Boeing, an in-flight...
- The Connexion is a news website and monthly newspaper for residents, second-home owners and visitors to France. It was founded in September 2002 and currently...
- Methodism, a given connexion (that is, denomination) is usually autonomous. In the history of Christianity in England, a connexion was a circuit of prayer...
- The Liberation Methodist Connexion (shortened to LMX) is a Protestant denomination based in the United States drawing from Methodism and liberation theology...
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- to its main brand Jacob, the company operated under the banners Jacob Connexion, Jacob Lingerie, Josef and Danz. Boutique Jacob launched in Sorel-Tracy...
- of Huntingdon's Connexion which had its origins in the 18th century Evangelical Revival. By the middle of the 19th century the Connexion still retained...
- Scred Connexion is a French rap collective launched in the 1990s composed by Fabe, Koma, Haroun, Mokless and Morad, with the ****istance of Butch. Fabe...
- Connexions (full name Connexions Information Sharing Services) is the central online library and archive for Canada's movements for social change. The...
- New Connexion of General Baptists was a revivalist offshoot from the Arminian Baptist tradition, one of two main strands within the British Baptist movement...