linkman linkman


  • (n) (formerly) an attendant hired to carry a torch for pedestrians in dark streets


  • Intelligence officers say Nasir was trained and indoctrinated by Muslim extremists in Dubai and Pakistan, and remained a linkman to Pakistani terrorists.


  • Materials Library facilitates application to building elements.

    Revit 2013 Materials Library is pre-linked to SpecLink®-E, automated construction specifications software, through LinkMan®-E add-on. When applied to Revit elements, such as walls or floor assemblies, 1,600 materials in library will automatically connect said elements to corresponding specifications in SpecLink-E without opening LinkMan program. Also, LinkMan-E interoperability tool presents ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: ThomasNet


  1. "For me, the real issue isn't some arcane debate about law, for me the real issue is that I want Hambali locked away for a very long time," Mr Downer told reporters in Adelaide. "This is the linkman between al Qaeda and Jemaah Islamiah....
    on Oct 28, 2007 By: Alexander Downer Source:

  2. "So Sonny Bill should steer away from No.8 - for me it would be a big no-no," Thorn said. "It's a position you need to grow up playing. You're a key linkman at No.8 and you make probably the most crucial decisions on the field with the nine...
    on Aug 2, 2008 By: Brad Thorn Source:

  3. "I wanted as the captain an outfield player who was in contact with all members of the team. Ballack is exactly the linkman I had imagined," Klinsmann told reporters.
    on Aug 17, 2004 By: Jurgen Klinsmann Source: Malaysia Star

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