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A unit of length equivalent to 7.92 inches. It is used in the surveying of land.
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A surveying measurement still seen in older deeds or in deeds using descriptions from earlier times.A link is 7.92 inches.See land measurement conversion.

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Little slipped by Link. His habit was to listen to and record every remark he heard.
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Probably the easiest way to inspire another business to exchange a link with your own is to pro-actively add a link to its site and then send its Webmaster or marketing director an e-mail notice of the link. Sweeney suggested keeping the e-mail short, simply stating that you'd like to exchange links and that such an exchange would be beneficial to both sites.
Three appendices are included, which discuss detailed frequency plans for the main microwave bands, the derivation of the output signal-to-noise ratio for frequency and phase demodulators as a function of the input carrier to noise ratio, typical costs of microwave radio links components and link calculations for a typical microwave radio link.