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
Initial studies show positive linkages between legal services and health care utilization and patient well-being.
Wood then analyzed different types of volunteers to better create linkages between the participating organizations and nonprofits that hoped to partner with them.
The linkage between household smoke and harm seems not to be linear, says Kevin Mortimer of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
The researchers surmised that the vast expansion of certain gene families in the octopus, and the network of linkages among the genes, could account for the development of its neurological complexity.
The attacks on the Aleutians and on Midway were simultaneous operations and their linkage has been part of the historical discussions about Japanese motivations ever since.
It is widely believed to have strong linkages to Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence spy agency, which shares similar aims in Kashmir and uses the LeT in its proxy war with India.
Although guns can do a great deal of good in hunting, sport shooting, or safeguarding public order, their linkage to the darker side of human nature can’t be denied.
Even as investors and analysts remain concerned about the level of foreign demand proliferate, global economic linkages and international trade create strong incentives for foreign investors to continue to buy Treasurys.
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LINKAGE Defined for English Language Learners
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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