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  • n  a fastener that serves to join or connect

  • Netanyahu wants Iran defanged, but the hawkish Premier doesn't see the linkup or why he needs to make concessions to the Palestinians, especially ones that might jeopardize Israel .
  • At the time of its previous test in August, Soyuz 15's thrusters failed during an attempted linkup with an unmanned Salyut space station.
  • Carlos Ghosn, 52, CEO of both France's Renault and Japan's Nissan, recently began discussions with General Motors about another linkup, one designed to bring GM out of its tailspin.
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  • Fiat Industrial shareholders meet to approve CNH merger
    TURIN, Italy (Reuters) - Italian truck and tractor maker Fiat Industrial shareholders will vote on Tuesday on a merger with its U.S. division CNH in what may be a template for a later linkup between sister ...
    July 9, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Finance

  • Richard Branson in
    When BA and AA first tried to get together nearly ten years ago, the regulators ruled it was against the consumer interest,said Branson of British Airways and American Airlines in a statement. "Nothing has changed. A linkup between BA and...
  • Mark Hughes in Edmonton Sun
    Thankfully he's off the mark now -- I thought he did great,City manager Mark Hughes said. "His general linkup play, his energy and enthusiasm, all shone through."
  • William Caldwell in USA Today
    Last night, he made a linkup (with Zarqawi) again at 6:15 (10:15 am ET), at which time a decision was made to go ahead and strike that target and eliminate both of them,Caldwell told reporters in Baghdad.

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