Examples of linkage in a Sentence
linkages between population growth and disease
the accountants noticed a linkage between the two supposedly independent companies
Recent Examples of linkage from the Web
The White House aides said the new trade probe wasn’t tied to the administration’s North Korea strategy, despite the president’s earlier linkage of the subjects.
Moreover, critics worked to discern linkages between the Dallas killing and clandestine government activities, primarily the Watergate break-in and cover-up.
Perhaps the most significant juxtaposition joins a photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald with the word ME, a linkage that not only suggests the type of personality sought by Parallax but anticipates the way the corporation will ultimately employ Frady.
All the talk is of linkage and leverage, to give the transactional Mr Trump a taste of his own medicine.
So Schumer’s direct linkage of specific tax cuts and Medicare-Medicaid cuts is exaggerated — and keyed to a hot-button issue for voters.
This lets the researchers find protein linkages that might otherwise be too fleeting to detect.
As more names and linkages are unearthed, the full extent of the network becomes more known.
But beyond that, [concern over] the linkage between these floods and outbreaks of lots of different diseases is not yet so evident.
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Definition of linkage for English Language Learners
: a connection or relationship between two or more things
: a part that connects two or more things
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