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Synonyms for data link

an interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data

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About The DLC Group The DLC Group is a leading finance and accounting consulting firm with a diverse service offering and clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 1000 companies.
With the DLC having been released in Japan this week, a YouTube video (below) has surfaced showing that the Boss Pack DLC includes a playable Cucco.
membership in NAI has immersed the DLC into a culture of interpretation.
I'm thrilled to announce that Team DLC closed the largest acquisition in its history," said Adam Ifshin, CEO of DLC Management Corp.
This innovative off-market transaction would not have been possible without the extraordinary effort and execution by the entire team at DLC," Ifshin said in a statement.
04 title update for "GTA V" will clearly include a Holiday DLC pack.
The existing driving licence will continue to be in service and will work alongside the DLC.
The DLC staff also explained about the facility's range of technical courses on mechanical, electrical, process and instrumentation systems, which prepare technicians in achieving the international Training and Further Education certificate.
Fame, and also the Mario DLC, each priced at 250 Wii Points.
His current responsibilities with DLC Empire include oversight of the financial performance as well as marketing, information technology, human resources, security and facilities management.
EPS will provide comprehensive logistics support services from its hub centre in DLC in addition to demonstrating the newest warehouse technologies live at the new technology centre.
DLC is a comprehensive lifestyle project conceptualised and executed by ETA Star Group.
This DLC form also is said to provide a smooth process addition to an internal mixer, or can be added on a two-roll mill, also allowing for an improvement in dispersion.
In 2002, the IRS issued a proposed adverse action letter revoking the DLC's tax-exempt status for 1997 and 1998 because, it said, the DLC was primarily benefiting a private group--newly elected Democrat officials and the Democratic Party--rather than the community.