Crossword clues for link
- Web site connection
- Web page connection
- Web cross-reference
- URL connection
- String together
- Patty alternative
- Common bond
- Clickable word on a Web page
- Breakfast unit
- Zelda's rescuer
- Zelda's pursuer
- Website's clickable connection
- Website offering
- Website connection
- Web-page convenience
- Web text you can click on
- Web connection that's typically shown in blue
- Underlined text, perhaps
- Underlined text on a web page you can click on
- The Legend of Zelda hero
- Something tonged at a brunch buffet
- Something to click online
- Site-to-site connection
- Serving of kielbasa or knackwurst
- Sausage serving
- Sausage portion
- Sausage option
- Piece of sausage
- Online convenience
- One might be embedded
- Jimmy Dean unit
- It's clicked to open a website
- It may open up a new Web page
- Home page feature
- Hero in "The Legend of Zelda" video games
- DuckDuckGo results
- Cuff or missing
- Cuff additive
- Convenient Web connection
- Connecting factor
- Clickable word, perhaps
- Clickable webpage word
- Clickable piece of hypertext
- Chain-__ fence
- Chain loop
- Breakfast cylindroid
- "The Weakest ___" (former game show)
- "Click here" text
- ''You are the weakest ___!''
- Fastener locking posh couple of females in prison
- 7.92 inches
- Join together
- It may be hot on the Web
- On-line convenience
- Web page feature
- Evolutionist's discovery
- Web site offering
- Something a computer user may click
- ___ sausage
- One may be sent in an e-mail
- Connection to a web page
- Something clickable
- Safari sight?
- A two-way radio communication system (usually microwave)
- Part of a more extensive telecommunication network
- A channel for communication between groups
- (computing) an instruction that connects one part of a program or an element on a list to another program or list
- A unit of length equal to 1/100 of a chain
- A connecting shape
- The state of being connected
- An interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data
- Sausage segment
- This may be missing
- Hook up
- Bracelet part
- Chain part
- Make a connection
- Kiln’s broken connection
- Piece of a chain
- Join; loop in a chain
- Join Left in Korea’s capital
- Bring together
- Breakfast item
- Part of a chain
- Chain unit
- Sausage unit
- Type of sausage
- Clickable item
- Chain segment
- Something to click on
- Chain piece
- Clickable text
- Chain section
- Chain component
- Part of a necklace chain
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Link \Link\ (l[i^][ng]k), n. [Prob. corrupted from lint and this
for lunt a torch, match, D. lont match; akin to G. lunte, cf.
MHG. l["u]nden to burn. Cf. Lunt, Linstock.]
A torch made of tow and pitch, or the like.
Link \Link\, n. [OE. linke, AS. hlence; akin to Sw. l["a]nk ring of a chain, Dan. l[ae]nke chain, Icel. hlekkr; cf. G. gelenk joint, link, ring of a chain, lenken to bend.]
A single ring or division of a chain.
Hence: Anything, whether material or not, which binds together, or connects, separate things; a part of a connected series; a tie; a bond. ``Links of iron.''
The link of brotherhood, by which One common Maker bound me to the kind.
And so by double links enchained themselves in lover's life.
Anything doubled and closed like a link; as, a link of horsehair.
(Kinematics) Any one of the several elementary pieces of a mechanism, as the fixed frame, or a rod, wheel, mass of confined liquid, etc., by which relative motion of other parts is produced and constrained.
(Mach.) Any intermediate rod or piece for transmitting force or motion, especially a short connecting rod with a bearing at each end; specifically (Steam Engine), the slotted bar, or connecting piece, to the opposite ends of which the eccentric rods are jointed, and by means of which the movement of the valve is varied, in a link motion.
(Surveying) The length of one joint of Gunter's chain, being the hundredth part of it, or
92 inches, the chain being 66 feet in length. Cf. Chain, n., 4.
7. (Chem.) A bond of affinity, or a unit of valence between atoms; -- applied to a unit of chemical force or attraction.
pl. Sausages; -- because linked together. [Colloq.]
Link \Link\, v. i. To be connected.
No one generation could link with the other.
Link \Link\ (l[i^][ng]k), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Linked (l[i^][ng]kt); p. pr. & vb. n. Linking.] To connect or unite with a link or as with a link; to join; to attach; to unite; to couple.
All the tribes and nations that composed it [the Roman
Empire] were linked together, not only by the same laws
and the same government, but by all the facilities of
commodious intercourse, and of frequent communication.
Link \Link\ (l[i^][ng]k), n. [See Linch.]
A hill or ridge, as a sand hill, or a wooded or turfy bank between cultivated fields, etc. [Scot. & Prov. Eng.]
A winding of a river; also, the ground along such a winding; a meander; -- usually in pl. [Scot.]
The windings or ``links'' of the Forth above and below Stirling are extremely tortuous.
pl. Sand hills with the surrounding level or undulating land, such as occur along the seashore, a river bank, etc.
Golf may be played on any park or common, but its original home is the ``links'' or common land which is found by the seashore, where the short close tuft, the sandy subsoil, and the many natural obstacles in the shape of bents, whins, sand holes, and banks, supply the conditions which are essential to the proper pursuit of the game.
--Encyc. of Sport.
pl. Hence, any such piece of ground where golf is played; a golf course.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
early 15c., "one of a series of rings or loops which form a chain; section of a cord," probably from Old Norse *hlenkr or a similar Scandinavian source (compare Old Norse hlekkr "link," Old Swedish lænker "chain, link," Norwegian lenke, Danish lænke), from Proto-Germanic *khlink- (cognates: German lenken "to bend, turn, lead," gelenk "articulation, joint, link," Old English hlencan (plural) "armor"), from PIE root *kleng- "to bend, turn." Missing link between man and apes dates to 1880.
"bind, fasten, to couple," late 14c., believed to be from link (n.), though it is attested earlier. Related: Linked; linking.
"torch," 1520s, of uncertain origin, possibly from Medieval Latin linchinus, from lichinus "wick," from Greek lykhnos "portable light, lamp."
Etymology 1 n. 1 A connection between places, people, events, things, or ideas. 2 One element of a chain or other connected series. 3 (abbreviation of hyperlink English) 4 (context computing English) The connection between buses or systems. 5 (context mathematics English) A space comprise one or more disjoint knots. 6 (context Sussex English) a thin wild bank of land splitting two cultivated patches and often linking two hills. 7 (context figurative English) an individual person or element in a (l en system) 8 Anything doubled and closed like a link of a chain. 9 (context kinematics English) Any one of the several elementary pieces of a mechanism, such as the fixed frame, or a rod, wheel, mass of confined liquid, etc., by which relative motion of other parts is produced and constrained. 10 (context engineering English) Any intermediate rod or piece for transmitting force or motion, especially a short connecting rod with a bearing at each end; specifically (in steam engines) the slotted bar, or connecting piece, to the opposite ends of which the eccentric rods are jointed, and by means of which the movement of the valve is varied, in a link motion. 11 (context surveying English) The length of one joint of Gunter's chain, being the hundredth part of it, or 7.92 inches, the chain being 66 feet in length. 12 (context chemistry English) A bond of affinity, or a unit of valence between atoms; applied to a unit of chemical force or attraction. vb. 1 (context transitive English) To connect two or more things. 2 (context intransitive of a Web page English) To contain a hyperlink to another page. 3 (context transitive Internet English) To supply (somebody) with a hyperlink; to direct by means of a link. 4 (context transitive Internet English) To post a hyperlink to. 5 (context transitive English) To demonstrate a correlation between two things. Etymology 2
n. (context obsolete English) A torch, used to light dark streets. Etymology 3
vb. (context Scotland English) To skip or trip along smartly.
v. make a logical or causal connection; "I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind"; "colligate these facts"; "I cannot relate these events at all" [syn: associate, tie in, relate, colligate, link up, connect] [ant: decouple]
link with or as with a yoke; "yoke the oxen together" [syn: yoke]
n. the means of connection between things linked in series [syn: nexus]
a unit of length equal to 1/100 of a chain
(computing) an instruction that connects one part of a program or an element on a list to another program or list
a two-way radio communication system (usually microwave); part of a more extensive telecommunication network [syn: radio link]
an interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data [syn: data link]
Link or Links may refer to:
refers to several different incarnations of the same of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series. Link has been also featured in other media from Nintendo, including its merchandising, comic books, and a cartoon series, becoming one of Nintendo's main icons as well as one of the most well-known and popular characters in video game history.
Through The Legend of Zelda series, Link is depicted as a child, teenager, or adult of the Hylian race, originating from the fictional land of Hyrule. Link often travels through Hyrule, defeating creatures, evil forces, and the series' primary antagonist, Ganon, while attempting to save Princess Zelda and Hyrule. To defeat Ganon, Link usually requires the mystic Master Sword and Light Arrows, or a similar legendary weapon, obtained after many trials and battles. In the course of his journey he will typically acquire various other magical objects or items, including musical instruments and weaponry.
Link has also made several cameo appearances in a few Mario games. He is a playable character via DLC in the newest installment to the Mario Kart series of games, Mario Kart 8. He is also a playable character in the Super Smash Bros. series, being one of the twelve original characters.
In mathematical knot theory, a link is a collection of knots which do not intersect, but which may be linked (or knotted) together. A knot can be described as a link with one component. Links and knots are studied in a branch of mathematics called knot theory. Implicit in this definition is that there is a trivial reference link, usually called the unlink, but the word is also sometimes used in context where there is no notion of a trivial link.
The simplest nontrivial example of a link with more than one component is called the Hopf link, which consists of two circles (or unknots) linked together once. The circles in the Borromean rings are collectively linked despite the fact that no two of them are directly linked. The Borromean rings thus form a Brunnian link and in fact constitute the simplest such link.
Link is a publication of The Greenville News and Gannett. The headquarters is in Greenville, South Carolina. It features local entertainment, news, photos, reviews and more. It is a free publication and is available at almost 1,200 locations in Anderson, Greenville, Pickens and Spartanburg counties of the Upstate South Carolina.
The link utility is a Unix command line program that creates a hard link from an existing directory entry to a new directory entry. It does no more than call the link system function. It does not perform error checking before attempting to create the link. It returns an exit status that indicates whether the link was created (0 if successful, >0 if an error occurred). Creating a link to a directory entry that is itself a directory requires elevated privileges.
The ln command is more commonly used as it provides more features: it can create both hard links and symbolic links, and has error checking.
"Link" is the twenty-ninth single by L'Arc-en-Ciel, released on July 20, 2005. It is the second track by the band to be used in the Fullmetal Alchemist anime franchise, following " Ready Steady Go", used as the opening theme to the feature-length film Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa. The second track "Promised Land 2005" is a remake of an old song by their self-cover band P'unk-en-Ciel. The single reached number 2 on the Oricon chart.
The link (usually abbreviated as "l.", "li." or "lnk."), sometimes called a Gunter’s link, is a unit of length formerly used in many English-speaking countries. A link is exactly of a foot, or exactly 7.92 inches.
The unit is based on Gunter's chain, a metal chain 66 feet long with 100 links, that was formerly used in land surveying. Even after the original tool was replaced by later instruments of higher precision, the unit itself was commonly used in this application throughout the English-speaking world (e.g. in the United States customary system of measurements and the Imperial system). The length of the foot, and hence the link, varied slightly from place to place and time to time, but in modern times the difference between, say, the US survey foot and the international foot is two parts per million. The link fell out of general use in the 20th century.
Link is a 1986 British horror film starring Elisabeth Shue and Terence Stamp. The title character, "Link", is a super-intelligent yet malicious orangutan who lashes out against his masters when they try to have him euthanized.
It was directed by Richard Franklin and written by Everett De Roche from a story by Lee David Zlotoff and Tom Ackermann. The score was provided by Jerry Goldsmith. It was filmed in St. Abbs, Scotland.
Shue and Goldsmith received Saturn Award nominations for their contributions.
LINK is a shared interbank network of automated teller machines (ATMs) operating in the United Kingdom. The network counts 38 member institutions, of which many are various banks and building societies issuing LINK ATM cards, and the remainder are independent ATM operators who do not issue cards. The network connects over 70,000 ATMs - virtually every ATM in the United Kingdom. The number of LINK free-to-use ATMs has continued to grow and overall ATM numbers are at an all-time high.
The LINK network infrastructure is operated by VocaLink, a company formed in 2007 by the merger of LINK Interchange Network Limited and Voca Limited. The LINK ATM scheme is a separate entity which is run by the Scheme members.
In addition to providing the core ATM transaction switching and settlement service to LINK network members, VocaLink Limited provides outsourced ATM, card and mobile payment services and provides access to Post Office counters for basic banking transactions.
LINK ATMs also offer a prepay mobile phone top up facility at 50,000 ATMs.
UK issued debit cards generally come with a LINK EMV application in addition to a point of sale EMV application that can be Visa Debit, Debit MasterCard, Maestro, Visa Electron or UnionPay applications.
After writing the hit " My Body" for the R&B supergroup LSG, Link was offered his own recording contract with Relativity Records. His 1998 debut album, Sex Down, spawned one Top 40 hit single in the US, "Whatcha Gonna Do?" (#23 Billboard Hot 100, #15 US Billboard R&B). The track peaked at #48 in the UK Singles Chart in November 1998. In addition a second charting single was issued, "I Don't Wanna See," which reached #43 on the US R&B chart and #25 on the Hot Singles Sales chart.
Link also wrote songs for Silk, Tony Thompson, Tamar Braxton and Gerald Levert.
In 2008, he released his second album Creepin independently. Additionally, a digital single "Erotic" was released in 2013.
Currently, he's at work with R&B singer Adina Howard on an upcoming duet.
Link is an interbank network in Indonesia. It connects four state owned banks. The banks are Bank Mandiri, Bank Tabungan Negara, BNI 46, and Bank Rakyat Indonesia. This network is owned by State-owned Banks Association (HIMBARA). This network provides cash withdrawal and inquiry services in their network.
Link is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Edwin Albert Link (1904–1981), American inventor and engineer
- Goethe Link (1879–1980), American surgeon and amateur astronomer
- Johann Heinrich Friedrich Link (1767–1850), German naturalist and botanist
- Kelly Link, American editor and author of short stories
- William Link, American film and television writer and producer
Link is the twenty-second single by the Japanese Pop-rock band Porno Graffitti. It was released on July 18, 2007.
Link is a rock outcrop on the surface of Aeolis Palus, between Peace Vallis and Aeolis Mons ("Mount Sharp"), in Gale crater on the planet Mars. The outcrop was encountered by the Curiosity rover on the way from Bradbury Landing to Glenelg Intrique on September 2, 2012 (the 27th sol of the mission), and was named after a significant rock formation (and lake) in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The "approximate" site coordinates are: . The outcrop is a well-sorted gravel conglomerate, containing well-rounded, smooth, abraded pebbles. Pebbles and gravel a few millimeters to centimeters across are embedded in amongst a finer, white matrix. This outcrop geology is strikingly similar to some terrestrial fluvial conglomerates. Around the rock are scattered well sorted loose gravel around 1 cm across, which are thought to be weathering out of the outcrop.
The rock has been interpreted as a cemented fluvial sediment, deposited by a "vigorously" flowing stream, probably between ankle and waist deep. This stream is part of an ancient alluvial fan, which descends from the steep terrain at the rim of Gale crater across its floor.
Usage examples of "link".
We may, however, omit for the present any consideration of the particular providence, that beforehand decision which accomplishes or holds things in abeyance to some good purpose and gives or withholds in our own regard: when we have established the Universal Providence which we affirm, we can link the secondary with it.
Spirit, with each node in the continuum of being, each link in the chain, being absolutely necessary and intrinsically valuable.
On the abutment towers the chains are connected by horizontal links, carried on rockers, to anchor ties.
Each chain over a shore span consists of two segments, the longer attached to the tie at the top of the river tower, the shorter to the link at the top of the abutment tower, and the two jointed together at the lowest point.
Achieving this end required that Einstein forge a second link in the chain uniting gravity and accelerated motion: the curvature of space and time, to which we now turn.
A linking verb, one that expresses a state of being, always requires an adjective to complete its meaning, while an active verb does not.
She is calling racism, sexism, class ism ageism, homophobia, and colonialism by the name of body hatred, and She is linking the politics of control back to the abuse of Flerself.
No food element has been more closely linked to arterial aging than these kinds of fats, found mostly in meats, full-fat dairy products, baked goods, fried fast foods, and palm and coconut oils.
Thirteenth Egyptian Dynasty, while the alabastron of Khyan links the later portion of the period with the Hyksos domination in Egypt.
The allegation on the tapes that Vernon Jordan was trying to silence Lewinsky with a job was the perfect link to their investigation of Jordan, whom they suspected was trying to silence Webster Hubbell by helping him get a lucrative contract with Revlon.
One case linked to contaminated equipment caused amebiasis, a parasitic infection, in thirty-six people.
The Epilogue over, Mistress Dubois, Betterton, and the pretty boy who played Amoroso linked hands and were bowing to the audience, which was on its feet again, applauding the actors.
He went across to the Q-ship communicator one last time and initiated a Link sequence to Anabasis Headquarters on Ceres.
The great news must be transmitted through the Link to Anabasis Headquarters.
This is a clear link between the anointing of Jesus and the Song of Songs.