- Further research will be necessary to determine the direction of causality of that link and to investigate possible links with aggressive behavior.
- The work will look at what else in the body is affected by anti-inflammatory drugs to identify potential links with bowel cancer.
- Police in Salisbury are investigating links with an armed robbery in Amesbury, after a man was seen with a handgun last week.
- What is the University doing to forge closer links with the local community?
- She will tell universities they must forge closer links with their local communities and schools.
- For those who want a stable Asia, the interest in establishing close links with Japan should be obvious.
- The origins of this project lie in the aspirations of the EU to foster and develop greater links of communication and co-operation between Europeans.
- These ‘storyboards’ became powerful communication links for all who walked the Disney halls.
- He has been a beat officer for the past three years and is a vital link between the community and police.
- Yet, distance is not the only criteria on which to compare the options of VHF and satellite links.
- The Teledesic architecture is wireless point-to-point links between a satellite and a fixed station on the ground.
- Transportation links by road and water continue to be erratic in Croatia, so flying to Split and taking the ferry remains the most efficient means of getting to and from the island.
- You may republish if you include an active link to the original and leave this notice in place.
- Sorry I can't post a direct link to any direct article.
- Do you want to know the best way to obtain inbound links to your web site?
- Many of the men wear finely-wrought gold rings, like open links of chain, around their necks.
- That simple purchase, however, was foreordained to be a vital link in the chain of Reformation history in England.
- The other vital link in the chain are the bureaucrats.
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- Every pupil will be linked up with an undergraduate mentor and they will attend lectures as well as lessons.
- It also has a cross border element and is also linked up with schools in Austria and Luxembourg.
- The former Real Madrid ace linked up with his new Middlesbrough team mates for the first time yesterday.
- They are medium-distance through-routes connecting important towns and linking the national primary routes.
- Direct trains to Greenwich, Lewisham, Gravesend and Charing Cross, combined with several bus routes linking the town to Dartford and Bluewater, make it easy to get in and out of Crayford.
- What about the promise that Sligo would be linked up to the new natural gas line?
- His address can be found at the web page linked in the next paragraph.
- Specific research interests are listed on the individual faculty pages linked at the left.
- Sorry about the bad link earlier, I can't seem to link the page directly.
- I follow Matt outside, where he links his arm with mine.
- She didn't let any of her new nervousness show and forced a smile as she showed off the dress before linking her arm through his once more and then walking back up the aisle.
- In Kiev, protesters standing five deep and linking arms blockaded the cabinet building.
Late Middle English (denoting a loop; also as a verb in the sense 'connect physically'): from Old Norse hlekkr, of Germanic origin; related to German Gelenk 'joint'.
Words that rhyme with linkbethink, blink, brink, cinque, clink, dink, drink, fink, Frink, gink, ink, interlink, jink, kink, mink, pink, plink, prink, rink, shrink, sink, skink, slink, stink, sync, think, wink, zinc
Early 16th century: perhaps from medieval Latin li(n)chinus 'wick', from Greek lukhnos 'light'.
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