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Definitions by Wordnik

  1. (noun) The act or process of linking.
  2. (noun) The condition of being linked.
  3. (noun) A connection or relation; an association.
  4. (noun) A negotiating policy of making agreement on one issue dependent on progress toward another objective.
  5. (noun) A system of interconnected machine elements, such as rods, springs, and pivots, used to transmit power or motion.
  6. (noun) Electricity A measure of the induced voltage in a circuit caused by a magnetic flux and equal to the flux times the number of turns in the coil that surrounds it.
  7. (noun) Genetics An association between two or more genes such that the traits they control tend to be inherited together.

Examples by Wordnik

  1. Now, the exact nature of this linkage is an interesting question ... but there it is. - Matthew Yglesias » Clinging to Religion
  2. No. One can conclude that the linkage is a rational interpretation, not contradicted by empirical evidence. - Beckwith on ID
  3. One can conclude that the linkage is a rational interpretation, not contradicted by empirical evidence. - Beckwith on ID
  4. I'm not going to explore what those consequences might be or whether the linkage is appropriate but instead want to focus on another implication inherent in the statement. - Backing Into an Evidentiary Standard for ID
  5. More recently, the bipartisan Iraq Study Group of 2006 noted what it described as the linkage between making progress in an Arab-Israeli peace process and U.S. success in emerging from Iraq. - The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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