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Synonyms for linkage

Synonyms for linkage

an associative relation

(genetics) traits that tend to be inherited together as a consequence of an association between their genes

a mechanical system of rods or springs or pivots that transmits power or motion

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the act of linking things together

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The Stable Outlook reflects Fitch's expectation that the linkages between CSC and DSC will remain intact and CSC will continue to support DSC in its operations.
The annual coal linkage with non-regulated sector, from CIL, would be around 100 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA) by March, 2018, taking into account the linkages auctioned recently.
The report, titled 'Impact of Foreign Linkages on Innovation Activity of Manufacturing Firms in Calabarzon,' published by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (Pids), sought to analyze previous literature and surveys on the manufacturing industry in the Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon (Calabarzon) area to probe deeper into the role of foreign linkages in the innovation activities of manufacturing firms.
He stated that these linkages ensure industrial growth and technologic advancement but regretfully Pakistan is lagging behind in ensuring smooth and fruitful linkages between these sectors.
KU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Ajmal Khan said that developed nations have experienced tremendous economic growth due to giving priority to innovative research, knowledge economy and sound linkages between academia, industry and government sector.
Because of the greedy nature of the single and complete linkages in hierarchical clustering, the algorithm returns clusters that are only locally optimal.
Multiple main landing gear linkages were found broken and the right main gear lower side brace was broken and bent.
The county DSS identifies Linkages as a partnership between CWS and participant services.
01) were excluded from the linkage analysis to avoid false linkages (Bert et al.
This paper investigates the quantity and quality of indirect, transactional and collaborative linkages between foreign affiliates and domestic firms based in New Zealand.
The properties of hair, such as tensile strength, elasticity and firmness, depend directly upon the existence of these sulfur-containing linkages.
Using the new model, the real estate linkages are re-calculated and investigated in order to evaluate appropriately the impact of the real estate sector on national economies.
Kay Lawson's Political Parties and Linkages (1980) provided a systematic and theoretically bounded approach to the study of the linkage function of political parties, delineating participatory linkage, policy-responsive linkage, linkage by reward, and directive (coercive) linkage as the four different types of linkage performed by parties.
The genetic linkages point to the chromosomal locations of genes that influence risk of the illness," Dr.
UPS CEO Mike Eskew deployed 60 employees, some of whom spent their the mapping out the linkages to the core.