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Linkage

The ability to buy and sell the same security on different exchanges. Because the prices may differ on different exchanges, linkage may create opportunity for arbitrage. Linkage has become easier with the advent of electronic exchanges and trading platforms.
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Strengthening of linkages between CSC and the Taiwan government.
Some studies have been proposed and applied different linkage criterion such as Ward's linkage [17], minimax linkage [18] and Genie linkage [19].
AFLP markers of the three types were used to construct the genetic linkage map for Phalaenopsis, and types 1, 3 for Phalaenopsis '462', types 2 and 3 for Phalaenopsis '20', following the methods of Grattapaglia and Sederoff (1994).
In this study, the first genetic linkage map of the blood clam was constructed based on 50 newly developed SSR markers and 534 polymorphic loci identified from 65 AFLP primer combinations among 109 Fl progeny of a full-sib family, as a basic infrastructure for the genetic improvement of blood clam.
Another interpretation suggested by the group is that the physical linkage of emotion may work to compensate a possibly faltering social bond while competing in a gaming setting.
The booklet contains many themes that explain the strategy and describe the aspects including the global trends in ID management and electronic linkage among government entities, the challenges faced by governments, the UAE's experience in developing the unified ID project and the need for electronic linkage among government entities.
The booklet explains in Arabic and English the project of electronic linkage with government entities, which is currently being implemented by the Emirates ID, with the aim of paving the way for government entities to be linked together and hence putting the UAE at the forefront of countries that adopt modern technology to upgrade government services provided to its citizens and residents.
THE LINKAGE FOR THE GOVERNOR CONTROL LEVER (THROTTLE) GETS CORRODED FROM MOISTURE.
CWS intake social workers use the Linkage referral notice when they receive a report of suspected child abuse.
In addition, Chen believes the merger of Linkage benefits the company in terms of increased bargaining power, creating cost synergies and improving the strength in OSS before operators begin to invest heavily in broadband.
Data linkage (5) can enable the measurement of various patient factors that are not captured within a clinical registry (2,4,6).