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Present participle of link.
Of or relating to something that connects other things together.
Verb form of the word link.
The bridge was linking to the two cities together and the residents were so grateful x
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The numerical value of linking in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of linking in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of linking in a Sentence
This could be the most direct link yet between Donald Trump and Moscow, computer scientists have uncovered a covert server linking Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank.
If large numbers of residents [ in a small ] town try to connect simultaneously, they may find that the town itself is virtually cut off by the lack of fiber capacity linking the town to larger Internet hubs.
When you make the decisive criteria ethnicity, then you have a problem, why are they not targeting Svendborg ? Because there are more White Danes living there ? And that is problematic. It is detached from solving the problem, and you're linking problems to ethnicity.
Signing up to a $70-$100 band doesn't seem too difficult for anyone, as long as there is no automatic mechanism linking the band to output, it seems a very low cost way of expressing solidarity with the aspirations of other members.
The street linking the city center to the Tikrit University has been secured, i feel fear every time I approach a package because I think it will kill me, but then I get it open successfully and say 'Thank God,'.
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