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  • noun Plural form of linkup.

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Examples

  • For Comac, these linkups are seen by many in the global aerospace industry as only a first step in China's ambitions to develop a civil aviation industry.

    Ryanair and Comac Forge Cooperating Agreement

  • For Comac, these linkups are seen by many in the global aerospace industry as only a first step in China's ambitions to develop a civil aviation industry.

    Ryanair and Comac Forge Cooperating Agreement

  • The competition, which began in the mid-1950s out of a need to test technology for cross-border TV linkups in the spirit of post-war friendship, changed its voting rules this year following criticism that relying on phone-in votes, in which people supported neighboring or friendly nations, had become too political.

    Azerbaijan Wins Eurovision

  • It is also a cautionary tale about the enormous cultural and logistical obstacles that can prevent such linkups from functioning as advertised.

    Skin-Deep Gains for Amazon Tribe

  • Although a replacement power line reached the complex Friday, workers had to methodically work through badly damaged and deeply complex electrical systems to make the final linkups without setting of a spark and potentially an explosion.

    Teams race to restore power to Japan nuke complex

  • U.S. investigators found Shahzad after a two-day investigation combining old-fashioned shoe-leather detective work, sophisticated searches through telephone and electronic records, and the latest linkups among federal immigration, travel and border databases.

    Probe in failed Times Square attack focusing on Pakistani Taliban

  • U.S. investigators found Shahzad after a two-day investigation combining old-fashioned shoe-leather detective work, sophisticated searches through telephone and electronic records, and the latest linkups among federal immigration, travel and border databases.

    Probe in failed Times Square attack focusing on Pakistani Taliban

  • U.S. investigators found Shahzad after a two-day investigation combining old-fashioned shoe-leather detective work, sophisticated searches through telephone and electronic records, and the latest linkups among federal immigration, travel and border databases.

    U.S. tightens no-fly rules after suspect in failed Times Square attack succeeds in boarding plane

  • U.S. investigators found Shahzad after a two-day investigation combining old-fashioned shoe-leather detective work, sophisticated searches through telephone and electronic records, and the latest linkups among federal immigration, travel and border databases.

    Probe in failed Times Square attack focusing on Pakistani Taliban

  • U.S. investigators found Shahzad after a two-day investigation combining old-fashioned shoe-leather detective work, sophisticated searches through telephone and electronic records, and the latest linkups among federal immigration, travel and border databases.

    Probe in failed Times Square attack focusing on Pakistani Taliban

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