Recent Examples of linked from the Web
Anything Is Possible by Elizabeth Strout; Random House, 254 pp.; fiction Nine linked stories that paint an astonishingly empathetic portrait of the heartland (the small town of Amgash, Ill.) and its people.
In the event, Mr. Putin answers questions from linked studio audiences around the country, as well as emailed and SMS queries.
But the optics of the situation -- a lawyer with Russian-linked clients representing a President whose campaign is being investigated for alleged collusion with Russia -- could make a messy situation for Trump even messier.
But the optics of the situation -- a lawyer with Russian-linked clients representing a president, whose campaign is being investigated for alleged collusion with Russia -- could make a messy situation for Trump even messier.
When Fancy Bears offered the files to The Associated Press, the reporters instead published a story on the Russian-linked group itself.
The linked track titles in my favourites will take you to short clips courtesy of Amazon and iTunes.
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First Known Use of linked
Medical Definition of linked
: marked by linkage and especially genetic linkage linked genes
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