- n an associative relation
- n (genetics) traits that tend to be inherited together as a consequence of an association between their genes; all of the genes of a given chromosome are linked (where one goes they all go)
- n a mechanical system of rods or springs or pivots that transmits power or motion
- n the act of linking things together
- Tying arms control to Soviet acts: a noble aim that often fails As Alexander Haig learned in Geneva last week, linkage is one of those diplomatic catchwords that is easy to.
- Why critics are taking note: His book "Galilean Journey: The Mexican-American Promise" has found resonance beyond the Mexican-American community because of the linkage he suggests .
- From the first time I heard that he referred to his grandmother as 'Toot,' I felt a profound linkage to this man.
News & Articles
- Vitus Sommet 1 – just in
The Sommet 1 is part of the Vitus enduro/all-mountain range and, at £2,399.99/US$2,950.59, is the more expensive brother of the Sommet 2. The 1's frame has a slack angled, tapered head tube and includes ISCG mounts and a top tube mounted swing link for the four-bar linkage rear suspension. The 142x12mm dropouts are replaceable. There's no seatstay bridge, which should help with mud clearance ...
June 22, 2013 - BikeRadar
- Gordon Brown in Earthtimes (press release)
There was never a linkage between any other issue and the Scottish government's decision about al-Megrahi's future,said Brown.
- Vice President Dick Cheney in International Herald Tribune
They have continued to aggressively pursue nuclear weapons, in terms of their efforts to enrich uranium to produce fissile materials so they can build a bomb,Cheney said. "One of the things I worry about most is that linkage between a...
- Barack Obama in Jerusalem Post
Gone was the hectoring, like when he said in May in clear opposition to Netanyahu's position that "if there is a linkage between Iran and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, I personally believe it actually runs the other way. To the extent that...