A restaurant menu is the nexus of a diner, a dinner, a chef and the suitably hospitable environment in which a meal is served.
But if the nexus of social and traditional media can inspire as we saw last year in Tahrir Square, it can also inflame.
That nexus may be disturbing, but it is part of our current system.
Which speaks to the nexus of the riddle that is Area 51—the reason the facility remains classified after all this time.
It may be that this nexus never offers much hope for a place like Congo.
Earliest it was the personal blood of the two parties that was the nexus of their covenant.
The nexus between them and events was not cause and effect, but magic.
While modern Iranian often retains the nexus with little or no alteration, modern Indo-Aryan prefers to simplify it.
Except in the idea of God there is no nexus between the two.
The transaction, as to his part of it, is incomplete, and he is still considered to be nexus.
nexus nex·us (něk'səs)
n. pl. nexus or nex·us·es
See gap junction.