from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In engines, one of the links in a parallel motion which connect the air-pump rod to the beam.


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  • There is an option to compare the back-link history over time and find competitor data.

    Internet News: Majestic 12 - a Distributed WWW Search engine

  • I'm sure I've written about all of this before - but I'm too lazy to try and track down the back-link - I really must put in some kind of internal search...

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Somebody told me that you got traffic from that back-link but not helpful to increase my PR.

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  • The function needs to check an external URL for the presence of back-link to a specific URL and return a range of information: - New Projects

  • Not shown here, but once the DN of the DC's object in the contoso. com domain was added to the serverReference attribute, the serverReferenceBL back-link attribute was automatically populated on the DC object in the contoso. com domain.

    TechNet Blogs

  • ShoeMoney gives a free site-wide back-link (even from his PR6 homepage) to the top 5 commentators on his blog.

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  • Every year, though, these same savants will find their team playing pretty solid ball by season's end, and they always back-link these posts for all those who doubted Pitino.

    Kentucky Sports Radio

  • But if I need to link two entries in the book pages I simply put the forwarding page number on the earlier entry and the back-link page number on the last entry.

    D*I*Y Planner - Comments

  • A consistent link structure also ensures incoming links ALWAYS "create value" by pointing to main content pages and never to secondary or duplicate entries, thus increasing relevancy for your core content with each back-link.


  • I'm finally thinking that I will invest in a quality back-link building service to see if that helps.

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