Definitions for "TIE-IN"
A campaign to link products, media, or markets.
Module that draws its inspiration from an item of popular culture - usually a movie, book or song (e.g., Xenomorph, The Silver Land freeforms, Hotel California). The advantage is that most players have a good idea of the module background and genre. The disadvantage is that their interpretation of the background may differ from yours.
a novel or other work that often is released and marketed to accompany some other release such as a movie or video
The action of connecting one pipeline to another or to equipment. Hence "pipeline tie in" commonly describes the connection itself.
The process of connecting dimmer rack feeder cable to a company switch or power supply. See Also: Company Switch Feeder Cable Dimmer Rack
connection between a production line and a subsea wellhead or simply a connection between two pipeline sections.
The joining of two different roof systems. Also a "tie-off".
a fastener that serves to join or link; "the walls are held together with metal links placed in the wet mortar during construction"
In roofing, a term used to describe the joining of a new roof with the old.
As a condition of a certain mortgage deals you may have to agree to stay with the lender for a certain period of time. If you move your mortgage elsewhere during this period, you may have to pay an early redemption charge.
The process of aligning graphs of data during a merge, by selecting points that correspond. Eg the start of the first up pass.
Mailing effort involving two or more advertisers working together.
Keywords:  thing, way, related, another, that
a thing that's related to another thing in some way