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Police arrested a man believed to be the main link between crime rings.
They are studying the links between carbon emissions and climate change.
The link between smoking and cancer was established decades ago.
The link between my computer and the telephone isn't very good.
At that time there was a close link between Scotland and France.
Back in the 1980s, the bank was criticized for its links with South Africa.
The institution's goal is to forge stronger links between the scientific community and the world of industry.
a road/rail link
There's a new permanent satellite link between Hong Kong and New York.
If you click on this link, it takes you to our flight schedule.
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the belief that every problem has a solution based in technology
the outer narrower bone in the bottom part of your leg. The other wider bone is your tibia.
any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat
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Definition of link from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.