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link [ liŋk] vt.有环连接 n.环

link up 把…连(衔)接起来

feel v.& link 感觉,觉得;摸,触

link [liŋk] v. 连接;联系n.链环

link [liŋk] 连接

保值利率 index-linked interest rate; inflation-proof interest rate

产销直接挂钩 directly link production with marketing

理论联系实际 linking theory with practice

联产承包责任制 system of contracted responsibility linking remuneration to output; contract system with remuneration linked to output

两手抓,两手都要硬 grasp both links at the same time and attach sufficient importance to both

三通 "three direct links of trade, mail, and air and shipping services across the Taiwan Straits "

三大作风 the Party's three important styles of work (integrating theory with practice, forging close links with the masses and practicing self-criticism)

中心环节 key link

直接三通与双向交流 three direct links (mail, air and shipping services and trade) and bilateral exchanges

Link chair 写字板椅

CLLM Consolidated Link-Layer Management 统一链路层管理

DLCI Data-Link Connection Identifier 数据链路连接鉴定

HDLC Hign-Level Data Link Control 高级数据链路控制

LAP-B Link Access Protocol-B 链路访问协议B

LLC Logical Link Control 逻辑链路控制

SDLC Synchronous Data Link Control 同步数据链路控制

“三通”的现译文three links link of trade,travel and post

Dedicated Electronic Link between the Governments of HKSAR and Guangdong Province [HKSAR-Guangdong Link]
粤港政府信息网络互联〔粤港专线联网 〕

According to a recent survey, four million people die each year from diseases linked to smoking.

LSSU Link Status Signal Unit 链路状态信令单元

Contract responsibility system with remuneration linked to the household

contracted responsibility system for production with remuneration linked output 联产承包责任制

fiber optic links

four link type

Is there a link between smoking and lung diseases?

The road links all the new towns.

The fingerprints linked that man to the crime.

Old friends are a link with the past.

Workers have rejected a pay offer of 3% in favor of a 4% increase linked with a shorter working week.
工人们拒绝了3% 的工资增长幅度,主张工资增长幅度为4% ,同时每周工作日也要缩短。

“The biggest construction project of this century”, explained French President Francois Mitterand in January, 1986 as he and then British prime minister Margaret Thatcher jointly announced that the two countries would finally overcome ancient quarrels and prejudices and forge a link across the narrow Channel separating them.
1986年1月,法国总统弗兰西斯· 密特朗解释说:“这是本世纪最大的建设项目。”当时,他和英国首相玛格丽特·撒切尔一起宣布两国将克服一直以来的争论和偏见,铺设一条横穿分隔两国的狭长海峡的地下隧道。

roponents of the so-called Golden Quadrangle,which would link areas of Bruma, Laos, Thailand and China's Yunnan province, are seeking an Asian Development Bank feasibility study of joint development and business projects that could free the region's hinterlands from their notorious dependence on the heroin trade.

A chain is no stronger than its weakest link.

A chain is no stronger than its weakest link.

火把 lunt; flambeau; link; torch; firebrand

纲 [gāng] /head rope of a fishing net/guiding principle/key link/class (taxonomy)/outline/program/

挂钩 [guà gōu] /couple/link together/

关联 [guān lián] /be related/be linked/

环节 [huán jié] /(n) connection; link/

结合 [jié hé] /to combine/to link/to integrate/

离不开 [lí bu kāi] /inseparable/inevitably linked to/

连 [lián] /(surname)/even/as/join/to link/successively/

连接 [lián jiē] /to link/to join/to attach/connection/a link (on web page)/

联结 [lián jié] /to bind/to tie/to link/

连结 [lián jié] /connect/join/link/

联通 [lián tōng] /connection/link/to link together/

联系 [lián xì] /connection/contact/relation/contact/(in) touch (with)/to integrate/to link/

链环 [liàn huán] /chain link/

链结 [liàn jié] /link/

链路 [liàn lù] /link/

链路层 [liàn lù céng] /link layer/

逻辑链路控制 [luó ji liàn lù kòng zhì] /logical link control/LLC/

纽带 [niǔ dài] /tie/link/bond/

千丝万缕 [qiān sī wàn lǚ] /linked in countless ways/

热线 [rè xiàn] /hotline (communications link)/

数据链路层 [shù jù liàn lù céng] /data link layer/

数据链路连接识别码 [shù jù liàn lù lián jiē shí bié mǎ] /Data Link Connection Identifier/DLCI/

网路连接层 [wǎng lù liàn jié céng] /network link layer/

相连 [xiāng lián] /to link/to join/link/connection/

相通 [xiāng tōng] /(v) be closely linked; have a connection/

专线 [zhuān xiàn] /special-purpose phone line or communications link/

资料链结层 [zī liào liàn jié céng] /data link layer/

While in America the trend started as a reaction to the economic decline — after the mass redundancies caused by downsizing in the late '80s — and is still linked to the politics of thrift, in Britain, at least among the middle class downshifters of my acquaintance, we have different reasons for seeking to simplify our lives.

The link between interest rates and inflation is uncertain.

Why has inflation proved so mild?
The most thrilling explanation is, unfortunately, a little defective.
Some economists argue that powerful structural changes in the world have upended the old economic models that were based upon the historical link between growth and inflation.

{adj: X-linked} relating to genes or characteristics or conditions carried on the X chromosome
"an X-linked mutation"

{adj: aliphatic} having carbon atoms linked in open chains

{adj: closed-chain, closed-ring} having atoms linked by bonds represented in circular or triangular form

{adj: connected} joined or linked together
<-> unconnected

{adj: coreferent} related by sharing a symbolic link to a concrete object or an abstraction
"two expressions are coreferent if they denote the same object or individual"

{adj: coupled, joined, linked} connected by a link, as railway cars or trailer trucks

{adj: direct, unmediated} having no intervening persons, agents, conditions
"in direct sunlight"
"in direct contact with the voters"
"direct exposure to the disease"
"a direct link"
"the direct cause of the accident"
"direct vote"

{adj: flimsy, fragile} lacking solidity or strength and liable to break
"a flimsy table"
"flimsy construction"
"a fragile link with the past"

{adj: interlacing, interlinking, interlocking, interwoven} linked or locked closely together as by dovetailing

{adj: sex-linked} concerning characteristics that are determined by genes carried on the sex chromosomes (on the X chromosome in particular)

{adj: unconnected} not joined or linked together
<-> connected

{adj: weak} having little physical or spiritual strength
"a weak link"
<-> strong

{adj: weak} likely to fail under stress or pressure
"the weak link in the chain"

{adv: inseparably} without possibility of separation
"these two are inseparably linked"
<-> separably

{adv: romantically} in a romantic manner
"they were romantically linked"

{n: Al Nathir} a Palestinian terrorist organization formed in 2002 and linked to Fatah movement of Yasser Arafat

{n: Armata Corsa, Corsican Army} a terrorist organization founded in 1999 to oppose the link between nationalists and the Corsican mafia
"the attacks of Armata Corsa are aimed at symbolic targets of colonialism in Corsica"

{n: Becker muscular dystrophy} a form of muscular dystrophy that sets in in adolescence or adulthood and progresses slowly but will affect all voluntary muscles; characterized by generalized weakness and muscle wasting that affects limb and trunk muscles first; similar to Duchenne's muscular dystrophy but less severe; inheritance is X-linked recessive (carried by females but affecting only males)

{n: Bremen} a city of northwestern Germany linked by the Weser River to the port of Bremerhaven and the North Sea; in the Middle Ages it was a leading member of the Hanseatic League

{n: Caledonian Canal} a canal in northern Scotland that links North Sea with the Atlantic Ocean; runs diagonally between Moray Firth at the northeastern end and Loch Linnhe at the southwestern end; now little used

{n: Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy} a form of neuropathy that can begin between childhood and young adulthood; characterized by weakness and atrophy of the muscles of the hands and lower legs; progression is slow and individuals affected can have a normal life span; inheritance is X-linked recessive or X-linked dominant

{n: Cycliophora, phylum Cycliophora} tiny marine organisms each the size of a period found in great numbers on lobsters' lips; identified tentatively in 1995 as a new phylum or as possible link between Entoprocta and Ectoprocta

{n: Duchenne's muscular dystrophy, pseudohypertrophic dystrophy} the most common form of muscular dystrophy; inheritance is X-linked recessive (carried by females but affecting only males)

{n: Gnetopsida, class Gnetopsida, Gnetophytina, subdivision Gnetophytina, Gnetophyta} gymnospermous flowering plants; supposed link between conifers and angiosperms; in some systems classified as a class (Gnetopsida) and in others as a subdivision (Gnetophytina or Gnetophyta)

{n: Gulf of Suez} a northwestern arm of the Red Sea linked to the Mediterranean by the Suez Canal

{n: Harkat-ul-Jihad-e-Islami, Harakat ul-Jihad-I-Islami, HUJI} an extremist militant group in Pakistan occupied Kashmir that seeks an Islamic government and that has had close links and fought with the Taliban in Afghanistan

{n: Inland Sea} an arm of the Pacific Ocean in southern Japan; surrounded by the islands of Honshu and Shikoku and Kyushu and linked to the Sea of Japan by a narrow channel; the chief port is Hiroshima

{n: Isthmus of Kra} a narrow isthmus linking the Malay Peninsula to the Asian mainland

{n: Jerusalem Warriors} ethnic Turkish Sunni terrorists who are linked with the Turkish Hizballah; killed a United States Air Force sergeant in 1991

{n: Lake Erie, Erie} the 4th largest of the Great Lakes; it is linked to the Hudson River by the New York State Barge Canal

{n: Link trainer} an early form of flight simulator

{n: Marmara, Sea of Marmara, Marmara Denizi, Marmora, Sea of Marmora} an inland sea in northwestern Turkey; linked to the Black Sea by the Bosporus and linked to the Aegean by the Dardanelles

{n: Mastotermes darwiniensis} Australian termite; sole living species of Mastotermes; called a living fossil; apparent missing link between cockroaches and termites

{n: Montezuma} evergreen tree with large leathery leaves and large pink to orange flowers; considered a link plant between families Bombacaceae and Sterculiaceae

{n: Office of Intelligence Support, OIS} agency that oversees the intelligence relationships of the Treasury's offices and bureaus and provides a link between the Intelligence Community and officials responsible for international economic policy

{n: Onychophora, class Onychophora} enigmatic small elongated wormlike terrestrial invertebrates of damp dark habitats in warm regions; distinct from the phylum Annelida; resemble slugs with legs and are sometimes described as the missing link between arthropods and annelids

{n: Red Sea} a long arm of the Indian Ocean between northeast Africa and Arabia; linked to the Mediterranean at the north end by the Suez Canal

{n: Strait of Hormuz, Strait of Ormuz} a strategically important strait linking the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman

{n: Suez Canal} a ship canal in northeastern Egypt linking the Red Sea with the Mediterranean Sea

{n: X-linked SCID, X-SCID} SCID in male children resulting from mutation of a gene that codes for a protein on the surface of T cells that allows them to develop a growth factor receptor

{n: X-linked dominant inheritance} hereditary pattern in which a dominant gene on the X chromosome causes a characteristic to be manifested in the offspring

{n: X-linked gene} a gene located on an X chromosome

{n: X-linked recessive inheritance} hereditary pattern in which a recessive gene on the X chromosome results in the manifestation of characteristics in male offspring and a carrier state in female offspring

{n: Y-linked gene, holandric gene} a gene located on a Y chromosome

{n: arbovirus, arborvirus} a large heterogeneous group of RNA viruses divisible into groups on the basis of the virions; they have been recovered from arthropods, bats, and rodents; most are borne by arthropods; they are linked by the epidemiologic concept of transmission between vertebrate hosts by arthropod vectors (mosquitoes, ticks, sandflies, midges, etc.) that feed on blood; they can cause mild fevers, hepatitis, hemorrhagic fever, and encephalitis

{n: belt ammunition, belted ammunition} ammunition (usually of small caliber) loaded in linked belts for use in an automatic weapon

{n: booster, booster amplifier, booster station, relay link, relay station, relay transmitter} an amplifier for restoring the strength of a transmitted signal

{n: bridge, nosepiece} the link between two lenses; rests on nose

{n: chain printer} an impact printer that carries the type slugs by links of a revolving chain

{n: chain saw, chainsaw} portable power saw; teeth linked to form an endless chain

{n: chain stitch} looped machine stitch resembling the links of a chain; used in embroidery and in machine stitching

{n: chain, chemical chain} (chemistry) a series of linked atoms (generally in an organic molecule)

{n: chain, concatenation} a series of things depending on each other as if linked together
"the chain of command"
"a complicated concatenation of circumstances"

{n: chain} a series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament

{n: channel} a deep and relatively narrow body of water (as in a river or a harbor or a strait linking two larger bodies) that allows the best passage for vessels
"the ship went aground in the channel"

{n: chemical bond, bond} an electrical force linking atoms

{n: clavicle, collarbone} bone linking the scapula and sternum

{n: concatenation} the act of linking together as in a series or chain

{n: concatenation} the linking together of a consecutive series of symbols or events or ideas etc
"it was caused by an improbable concatenation of circumstances"

{n: concatenation} the state of being linked together as in a chain; union in a linked series

{n: connection, connexion, link} a connecting shape

{n: connection, link, connectedness} the state of being connected
"the connection between church and state is inescapable"
<-> disconnectedness

{n: copula, copulative, linking verb} an equating verb (such as `be' or `become') that links the subject with the complement of a sentence

{n: cross-link, cross-linkage} a side bond that links two adjacent chains of atoms in a complex molecule

{n: cufflink} jewelry consisting of one of a pair of linked buttons used to fasten the cuffs of a shirt

{n: cyanine dye} any of a class of dyes containing a -CH= group linking two heterocyclic rings containing nitrogen; used as sensitizers in photography

{n: daisy chain} flower chain consisting of a string of daisies linked by their stems; worn by students on class day at some schools

{n: enzyme-linked-immunosorbent serologic assay, ELISA} an assay that relies on an enzymatic conversion reaction and is used to detect the presence of specific substances (such as enzymes or viruses or antibodies or bacteria)

{n: ether} any of a class of organic compounds that have two hydrocarbon groups linked by an oxygen atom

{n: fatty acid} any of a class of aliphatic monocarboxylic acids that form part of a lipid molecule and can be derived from fat by hydrolysis; fatty acids are simple molecules built around a series of carbon atoms linked together in a chain of 12 to 22 carbon atoms

{n: ghetto} a poor densely populated city district occupied by a minority ethnic group linked together by economic hardship and social restrictions

{n: golf course, links course} course consisting of a large landscaped area for playing golf

{n: hemoprotein, haemoprotein} a conjugated protein linked to a compound of iron and porphyrin

{n: hyperlink} a link from a hypertext file to another location or file; typically activated by clicking on a highlighted word or icon at a particular location on the screen

{n: hypertext system} a database management system that allows chunks of text (objects) to be processed as a complex network of nodes that are linked together in an arbitrary way

{n: immunofluorescence} (immunology) a technique that uses antibodies linked to a fluorescent dye in order to study antigens in a sample of tissue

{n: intercommunication system, intercom} a communication system linking different rooms within a building or ship etc

{n: interface, port} (computer science) computer circuit consisting of the hardware and associated circuitry that links one device with another (especially a computer and a hard disk drive or other peripherals)

{n: interface} the overlap where two theories or phenomena affect each other or have links with each other
"the interface between chemistry and biology"

{n: interphone} a telephonic intercommunication system linking different rooms in a building or ship etc

{n: interstate, interstate highway} one of the system of highways linking major cities in the 48 contiguous states of the United States

{n: ketone} any of a class of organic compounds having a carbonyl group linked to a carbon atom in each of two hydrocarbon radicals

{n: lactose, milk sugar} a sugar comprising one glucose molecule linked to a galactose molecule; occurs only in milk
"cow's milk contains about 4.7% lactose"

{n: liaison, link, contact, inter-group communication} a channel for communication between groups
"he provided a liaison with the guerrillas"

{n: link, data link} an interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data

{n: link, linkup, tie, tie-in} a fastener that serves to join or connect
"the walls are held together with metal links placed in the wet mortar during construction"

{n: link, nexus} the means of connection between things linked in series

{n: linkage group, linked genes} any pair of genes that tend to be transmitted together
"the genes of Drosophila fall into four linkage groups"

{n: linkage, gene linkage} (genetics) traits that tend to be inherited together as a consequence of an association between their genes; all of the genes of a given chromosome are linked (where one goes they all go)

{n: linkage} the act of linking things together

{n: links, golf links} a golf course that is built on sand ground near a shore

{n: link} (computing) an instruction that connects one part of a program or an element on a list to another program or list

{n: link} a unit of length equal to 1/100 of a chain

{n: mediator, go-between, intermediator, intermediary, intercessor} a negotiator who acts as a link between parties

{n: missing link, ape-man} hypothetical organism formerly thought to be intermediate between apes and human beings

{n: old boy network} an exclusive informal network linking members of a social class or profession or organization in order to provide connections and information and favors (especially in business or politics)
"professional women have developed an old boy network of their own"

{n: padlock} a detachable lock; has a hinged shackle that can be passed through the staple of a hasp or the links in a chain and then snapped shut

{n: phrase} dance movements that are linked in a single choreographic sequence

{n: polymer} a naturally occurring or synthetic compound consisting of large molecules made up of a linked series of repeated simple monomers

{n: pons, pons Varolii} a band of nerve fibers linking the medulla oblongata and the cerebellum with the midbrain

{n: protein molecule} any large molecule containing chains of amino acids linked by peptide bonds

{n: radio link, link} a two-way radio communication system (usually microwave); part of a more extensive telecommunication network

{n: remote terminal, link-attached terminal, remote station, link-attached station} a terminal connected to a computer by a data link

{n: school} a body of creative artists or writers or thinkers linked by a similar style or by similar teachers
"the Venetian school of painting"

{n: sense, signified} the meaning of a word or expression; the way in which a word or expression or situation can be interpreted
"the dictionary gave several senses for the word"
"in the best sense charity is really a duty"
"the signifier is linked to the signified"

{n: session cookie} a cookie that is stored temporarily and is destroyed when you close the link

{n: sex-linked disorder} any disease or abnormality that is determined by the sex hormones
"hemophilia is determined by a gene defect on an X chromosome"

{n: shackle} a U-shaped bar; the open end can be passed through chain links and closed with a bar

{n: sign} a fundamental linguistic unit linking a signifier to that which is signified
"The bond between the signifier and the signified is arbitrary"--de Saussure

{n: sisterhood, sistership} an association or society of women who are linked together by a common religion or trade or interest

{n: stitch} sewing consisting of a link or loop or knot made by drawing a threaded needle through a fabric

{n: supersymmetry} (physics) a theory that tries to link the four fundamental forces
"according to supersymmetry each force emerged separately during the big bang"

{n: tie rod} either of two rods that link the steering gear to the front wheels

{n: train of thought, thread} the connections that link the various parts of an event or argument together
"I couldn't follow his train of thought"
"he lost the thread of his argument"

{n: union, unification} the state of being joined or united or linked
"there is strength in union"
<-> separation

{n: walkie-talkie, walky-talky} small portable radio link (receiver and transmitter)

{n: watchband, watchstrap, wristband, watch bracelet, bracelet} a band of cloth or leather or metal links attached to a wristwatch and wrapped around the wrist

{v: associate, tie in, relate, link, colligate, link up, connect} 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"
<-> dissociate

{v: chain} connect or arrange into a chain by linking

{v: concatenate} add by linking or joining so as to form a chain or series
"concatenate terms"
"concatenate characters"

{v: connect, link, link up, join, unite} be or become joined or united or linked
"The two streets connect to become a highway"
"Our paths joined"
"The travelers linked up again at the airport"

{v: connect, link, tie, link up} connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces
"Can you connect the two loudspeakers?"
"Tie the ropes together"
"Link arms"
<-> disconnect

{v: construct} create by linking linguistic units
"construct a sentence"
"construct a paragraph"

{v: construct} create by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts
"construct a proof"
"construct an argument"

{v: couple, couple on, couple up} link together
"can we couple these proposals?"
<-> uncouple

{v: cross-link} join by creating covalent bonds (of adjacent chains of a polymer or protein)

{v: hook up} connect or link
"hook up the houses to the gas supply line"
"Hook up the components of the new sound system"

{v: join, bring together} cause to become joined or linked
"join these two parts so that they fit together"
<-> disjoin

{v: knit, entwine} tie or link together

{v: mediate} occupy an intermediate or middle position or form a connecting link or stage between two others
"mediate between the old and the new"

{v: port} transfer data from one computer to another via a cable that links connecting ports

{v: yoke, link} link with or as with a yoke
"yoke the oxen together"

{v: yoke} become joined or linked together

DNA is the basis for all life on Earth.
DNA 是地球上所有生命的基矗
It has a double helix structure, like a spiral staircase, which was discovered by Francis Crick and James Watson in the Cavendish lab at Cambridge in 1953.
它有着像螺旋式楼梯一样的双螺旋结构,这一点是由弗朗西斯·克里克和詹姆斯·沃森于 1953年在剑桥的卡文迪什实验室里发现的。
The two strands of the double helix are linked by pairs of nucleic acids like the treads in a spiral staircase.

Some research suggests a link between this abnormal cell growth and colon cancer.

The cab in his tractor has a wireless phone and a satellite-linked GPS location device;

At the end, each litre of blood from the long walkers contained on average 0.05 grains less apolipoprotein II, a " bad " fat that is linked with heart disease.
最终,长距离步行者每升血液中所含的载脂蛋白 II (一种与心脏病有关的 "有害 "脂肪)平均不到 0.05克。

But there is one more item: a small red-and-green chain with links cut from construction paper, then pasted together at the ends.

Its crinkled, faded links display years of wear, along with tape, staples and paste.

Mom still does not know that many years ago I was watching from the other room as she delicately removed the chain from the tree, one link at a time.

In keeping with speedy image, it can link to the Internet without any wires.

The iBook provides wireless Internet access via AirPort, a specially designed wireless link to local computer networks.
iBook 借助 "空港 "提供无线上网功能,这是一种特别设计的与局部地区计算机网无线连接的方式。

After the two capsules came together, American astronaut Thomas Stafford inched through a special passageway built to link the crafts, finally grasping the extended hand of Soviet cosmonaut Alexey Leonov.

Best of all, employees are so well linked that Cisco is able to dispense with much of the costly bureaucracy that troubles many companies: its payroll department operates with only two full-time staff.

Thanks to the recent opening of the 8-km, double-decker bridge, the people of the southern Swedish region of Scania have direct road and rail links to the city of Copenhagen.

If Nawahi has a legacy, it is not the traditional guitar glissandoes that greet tourists on the Big Island. It is three generations of guitar rule-breakers and trendsetters in pop, country and rock: Les Paul, Link Wray, Chet Atkins, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck.

Equipped with radio links, a single PDA may serve as an appliance-control remote, a digital wallet, a cell phone, an identity badge, an e-mail station, a digital book, a pager and perhaps even a digital camera.
具备无线连接功能后, PDA 将可以同时作为以下工具使用:遥控器,数字钱包,手,身份证件,电子邮件站,数字图书,寻呼,甚至可能是一架数字摄象。

At the same time, 1X can be a great tool for sharing information with colleagues: as you surf, you can drag text clips to an HTML file that, when saved on a shared drive, can be a quick alternative to photocopied printouts or e-mailed links.
但是,如果你希望同事共享信息, 1X 是很好的工具:上网时,你可以把文本夹拖到某个 HTML 文件处,将这个文件存入共享内存後,就可以用来迅速替代复印件或电子邮件。

Indeed, h2g2's wireless version of the guide aims to combine " personalization " services geared to a specific user with " localization " those linked to a certain place.
事实上, h2g2公司制作的《搭便车旅行者指南》无线版将致力于集个性化(满足某个用户具要求的服务)和地方化(针对某个地区的服务)于一。

We already have onboard navigation systems and infrared night vision and in-car satellite links and antiskid brakes and other electronic devices poised to take control when we screw up behind the wheel.

Head to the links.

The site also includes links to the public transit systems in large Asian cities.

It also boasts an intelligent set of travel links and lists for your perusal.

The site lists links to almost every spot on the globe and any mode of transport that might get you there.

Follow links near the top of ESPN's home page to NFL.com and NASCAR.com for additional videos.
通过其主页上方的链接还可去 NFL.com 以及 NASCAR.com 收看其他录像节目。

Because computers are relatively expensive, such devices may end up as the most efficient way to link China to the Net.

Now he wants to provide Asian households with broadband Internet connections, the super-speedy links usually provided over cable.

Links to the state give Legend enormous clout: sales to government departments account for 25% of the company's total annual income, and state-owned enterprises figure among Legend's largest clients.
政府间的各关系大地提高了联想的影响力:对政府部门的销售额占公司年度总收入的 25%。同时,国有企业成为联想最大的客户之一。

Messages arrive in e-mail form along with Web links to voodoo dolls customized to resemble each victim type.

The light railway consists of two intersecting lines, which link at Siam Square.

It also offers daily headlines from the region's papers, links to personal finance websites, discount hotels and flight service and remote access to your home e-mail account.

Upnet Hungary is a Norwegian-Hungarian joint venture that integrates HomePilot, a type of computer that plugs into a standard television set, with a cable service linked to the Internet.
阿普奈特是一家挪威匈牙利合资企业,它把一种叫 HomePilot 的可接入标准电视机的电脑与一种跟互联网相连的有线服务相融合。

Ericsson has unveiled the first cellular phone headset, which connects to mobile phones via a Bluetooth technology-based wireless radio link instead of a cable.

Startups Consult the Oracle Aspiring entrepreneurs can now visit http: //2becom.com and http: //www. 2becom.com to link European Internet start-ups to venture capital firms, business services and accounting and technology providers.
创业者请咨询甲骨文公司志向远大的企业家现在可以访问 http:: 和 http:: 网站,让欧洲的互联网创业者与风险投资公司、商业服务公司和会计业务及技术供应商取得联系。

But in Japan, these gadgets serve an important social purpose, linking people who have been disconnected in an impersonal, urban world.

By linking itself to consumer technology, Japan created economic growth by increasing its production and its consumption at the same time.

A device linked to some Japanese toilets has tiny loudspeakers that pump out sounds, to mask other, less attractive noises.

Amsterdam-based cable company UPC will use the Global TeleSystems Group( GTS) network to link its cable channels and offer Internet access, voice telephony and programming.
设在阿姆斯特丹的电缆公司 UPC 将使用环球电信系统集团( GlobalTeleSystemsGroup ,简称 GTS )网络,以连接它的有线电视频道,提供互联网接入、话音电话和节目。

Satellite communications still provide the only feasible method of linking people in remote locations together.

But why not combine a surface-link phone with a satellite link?

One satellite communications provider, London-based ICO Global Communications, is already using cheap terrestrial links around urban areas, then switching instantly to satellite when the caller enters a remote area.
总部在伦敦的卫星通信供应商 ICO 全球通信公司已经开始在城区使用价钱便宜的地面链路,用户一旦进入偏远地区,便可立即转入卫星连接。

A person wearing such glasses could be on the move while staying tuned in to incoming TV images, websites, video conferencing links or e-mail messages.

At British Telecom's research laboratories near Ipswich, England, engineers are evaluating how a tiny screen fitted to the side-frame of a pair of ordinary glasses can be linked to the human eye.

The latter is a device equipped with a smart card reader and keypad that can be linked to the phone via infrared wireless technology.

If you like what you see, simply click( on links to macys.com) and buy.
如果你觉得效果还满意,打算买一件,只需用鼠标点击一下 macys.com 站点的链结即可。

A searchable database allows visitors to find their way around the site and provides numerous links.

One potential problem: the Sonic hedgehog gene is linked to basal-cell carcinoma, a common, treatable skin cancer.

In addition to linking up with Qwest it has aggressively cut rates at home, expanded into Eastern Europe and launched a telecommerce bank.

The larger new entrants in Spain are spending more, but Jazztel was the first to come out with a large advertising campaign to promote the company's brand, and its prepaid calling cards are linked with the Barcelona Football Club.
规模较大的西班牙新兴电信公司在营销方面的支出很高,但 Jazztel 是第一家为宣传公司品牌而发动大规模广告攻势的公司。它与巴塞罗那足球会联合发行了一种预付费电话卡。

3 KPNQwest - Its high-capacity European network provides voice, data and image and links to Qwest's US network 3KPNQwest-
其在欧洲的高容量网络提供语音、数据与图象服务,并与 Qwest 在美国的网络相联。

7 VIATEL - Provides long-distance services to more than 230 countries and is building a fiber optic network linking 40 European countries 7VIATEL-
向 230多个国家提供长途服务,现正在建设一个连接欧洲 40个国家的光纤网络。

And pan-European high-speed data networks will help corporations remain competitive in the global marketplace, offering an alternative to the expensive phone lines needed to link distant factories and offices.

A monthly calendar links to organizers ' websites, provides a " tour planner " for designing customized vacations, and lets you order a number of free publications and maps.

This mega-site links to 17,000 websites related to Singapore.
这个信息量极大的网址连接约 17, 000个与新加坡有关的网址。

Together with cruise control and obstacle detection, which may one day be linked directly to your brakes, your only job as driver may be to select your music.

For example, when you visit a new place your mobile device - knowing your preferences - will automatically suggest the restaurants that serve your favorite wines and foods, list the shows you might like to see, then provide you with maps for how to get there, says Joy, whose company is designing Jini, a networking system to automatically link computing devices.
乔伊说,举个例子:当你去访问一个新的地方,你的移动装置(它知道你的偏好)将自动提示出一些餐馆的名字(这些地方能提供你喜欢的葡萄酒和菜肴),列出你想看的演出的单子,然后还能给你提供地图,告诉你怎样达到那里。乔伊所在的 Sun 公司正在设计一个叫 Jini 的网络系统,这一系统能自动连接各计算装置。

Hewlett Packard's new E-services electronically links up buyers and sellers who have had no prior contact and may want to do business with each other only once.

Here's how it works. Web communities cut deals with retailers like CDNow.com and barnesandnoble.com to provide you, the Web-page builder, with cut-and-paste links to the retailers ' sites.
道理是这样的,网上社区与 CDNow.com 和 barnesandnoble.com 这样的零售商达成交易,将你这样的主页建立者以剪贴链接方式连接到零售商的网址。

Put the links on your page, and if a visitor clicks on the link and buys a CD or book from the retailer you get a cut of the receipts in the mail every month.
在你的网页上建立链接之後,如果有访问者点击链接,从零售商那里购买一盘 CD 或一本书,那么你每月就会得到邮购收入的一部分。

Researchers found no real link between eggs and heart disease or stroke as long as you don't overdo.

Now two studies show a curious link between snoring and high blood pressure.

You can also link the two points by making a line on the screen with a stylus.

Consciousness links past attention to the present and permits the integration of details with perceived ends and purposes.  

Not concerned with development of musical themes, the ragtime composer instead sets a theme down intact, in finished form, and links it to various related themes.

Coming off a week of public opinion polls that show some of the lowest approval ratings of his presidency, Mr. Bush used his weekly radio address to remind Americans of the link he has made between the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.

Taiwan has banned direct transport links since 1949, when the Nationalist Kuomintang government fled to Taiwan after losing a civil war to the Chinese Communist Party.

The winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize, Kenyan environmentalist Wangari Maathai, is in New York to call attention to her message linking environmental protection and peace.

The Green Belt movement has planted millions trees in Kenya and across Africa. Along the way, the movement's mission expanded as Ms. Maathai concluded that environmental protection is inextricably linked to good governance.

Her selection as Nobel Laureate has met with some controversy. Critics question the Nobel Committee's choice of an environmentalist for the Peace Prize, which frequently is given to world leaders. But Ms. Maathai thinks the Committee wanted to send a clear signal recognizing the link between sustainable development, natural resources and conflict.

On a secure video link from the campaign trail, President Bush discussed the bin Laden tape with his attorney general, the heads of the CIA and FBI, and his director of Homeland Security.

Mr. Hoon played down speculation that the U.S. request was timed to give President Bush a boost in his re-election campaign against Senator John Kerry, who has complained that the United States is bearing 90 percent of the burden in the Iraq war."I want to make clear that the request is a military request. And although it is linked to elections, it is not linked to the U.S. elections but with efforts to create the best possible security situation in which to hold the Iraqi elections in January," emphasized Mr. Hoon.

Appearing with the aid agency chief, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Michael Rannenberger said Khartoum leaders have not severed ties with Janaweed leaders as demanded by the international community, as seen in the continued high-profile role in Khartoum by militia figure Sheikh Musa Hilal. "From the outset, what we've told the Sudanese government is that they need to take control of the situation, that there is clearly active government support for what the Janjaweed is doing," he said. "So the government is linked to this. I think the fact that you see Musa Hilal, who is one of the Janjaweed leaders make no mistake about it, running around Khartoum giving interviews to the international press, flying on government helicopters, indicates the degree of collaboration there. And what we have said is that these Janjaweed leaders need to be held accountable."

Energy expert Brenda Shaffer says the political splits within Tehran's leadership and the link of hard-line elements to terrorists is troubling. "I would say when we don't really know who controls the materials, you don't really know the state of the program," she said. "You don't know who these people are in touch with in terms of terrorist elements in other countries."

Vacuum advance link 真空提前拉杆

Linked 连接饰物

毛细管柱的交联 cross-linked capillary

酶联免疫传感器 Enzyme linked immunosensor

Cuff-links and studs of base metal

Chain, articulated link, i/s, nes

Chain parts, articulated link, i/s

Chain, stud link, i/s

Chain, welded link, i/s, nes

Cross linking agents

Track links or track shoes or its parts

Link arms

Conveyor flights or links

Drag link

Chain links

Linking manipulatives or linking activity sets for early math

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Induced delusional disorder
A delusional disorder shared by two or more people with close emotional links. Only one of
the people suffers from a genuine psychotic disorder; the delusions are induced in the
other(s) and usually disappear when the people are separated.
Folie a deux
. paranoid disorder
. psychotic disorder
这是一种二个人以上 , 具有亲密情感关连的人 , 共
的精神病性患者 , 其馀者则为感应而来的 , 当将他
们隔离时 , 通常症状会消失。 
诱发性 :
. 妄想症 
. 精神病症 

Early-onset cerebellar ataxia
Note: Onset usually before the age of 20
Early-onset cerebellar ataxia with:

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