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A unit of length equivalent to 7.92 inches. It is used in the surveying of land.

LINK

see AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINE.

link

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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Liverpool's Local Involvement Network (LINk) is to hold its launch event at the LACE Conference Centre in Croxteth Drive, Sefton Park, on Tuesday, January 27.
Every local authority which provides social services is required by law to contract an organisation, known as a host, to set up and support a Local Involvement Network (LINk).
LIVERPOOL'S Local Involvement Network is calling out for new members.
The Sandwell Local Involvement Network, hosted by community regeneration agency Black Country Housing Group, will be officially launched at the Bethel Convention Centre in Kelvin Way, West Bromwich, at 10am on Friday.
Several events will be held at venues across the town to unveil the new Hartlepool Local Involvement Network (LINK) which will give local people the chance to discuss and improve a range of services.
Kirklees Local Involvement Network - or LINk for short - will be talking about health inequalities across the Kirklees district at their next open space event.
Maggie Andrews has been appointed chairwoman of Liverpool's Local Involvement Network (LINk).
In a report going before cabinet on Wednesday, members will be asked to approve the establishment of a new local involvement network in Dudley called a Link.
Meetings have been set up to create Redcar and Cleveland's Local Involvement Network (LINk), bringing together councillors, the former Patients' Forum, Carers Together, Redcar and Cleveland MIND, Redcar and Cleveland ROC, Redcar and Cleveland Community Engagement Network, Redcar and Cleveland Voluntary Development Agency and Tees Valley Rural Community Council.
The organisation will replace the services provided by the Kirklees Local Involvement Network (LINk) which currently scrutinises health and social care services on behalf of the public.
Your local involvement network can help you join with individuals and community groups to improve local services.
The organisation, which is a leading community regeneration agency, is hosting Sandwell's Local Involvement Network (LINk) to ensure patients in the area have a say on health and social care.

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