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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 booklet contains many themes that explain the strategy and describe its aspects including the global trends in ID management and electronic linkage among government entities, the challenges faced by governments, the UAE's experience in developing the unified ID project and the need for electronic linkage among government entities.
The CCMT enhances internal reporting capabilities to identify targeted linkages populations, such as Welfare-to-Work Sanctioned families and families eligible for CalWORKs Family Reunification Services.
Additionally, internal linkage enables the identification of patient readmissions at the same and different hospitals throughout the state, as well as capturing deaths in Victoria through linkage with the Victorian Death Registrations, which records all deaths occurring in the state of Victoria or Victorian residents who die overseas.
Alternatively, applicants must declare, under oath, that their application does not violate the list of products published in the Linkage Gazette and observes patent law.
In March 2008, 80 progeny (40 bright orange and 40 brownish purple) were randomly selected for linkage analysis.
The accuracy of record linkage is highly dependent on the quality and completeness of the data provided.
These studies contribute to our understanding of the extent of each of these types of inter-firm linkages, but do not offer a complete picture of affiliates' linkage behaviour.
However, it stated the LIFO method will not clearly reflect income without this linkage, so taxpayers with facts similar to those in the TAM should be prepared to face IRS challenges to their LIFO method.
With the importance of linkages in mind, the linkage analyses of real estate based on the input-output table have attracted a lot of research interest recently (Pietroforte and Gregori, 2003; Liu et al.
designed a clamp-system that maintains the advantages of the linkage style machine (stiffness, robustness, reliability and cycle time) while eliminating the disadvantages.
Political parties and political systems; the concept of linkage revisited.
An additional challenge, said Harvey, was the discovery of an incorrectly installed brake linkage for an M113A3 armored personnel carrier.
2 --O--R (SEQ ID NO:1), wherein X is an internucleotide linkage of type o or s, with the proviso that x is an s linkage at least 4 times and at most 9 times, and o means a phosphodiester internucleoside linkage, s means a phosphorothioate internucleoside linkage, R means a C.
Linkage 1 is achieved by a value-focused strategy development process.
Because the researchers are also studying the linkage of PON genes, samples were also genotyped for a common PON2 polymorphism (C311S).