London-based Collinson Group has said that it is purchasing assets from Boston-based Linkable
* Information about an individual that is linked or linkable
to one of the above (e.g., date of birth, place of birth, race, religion, weight, activities, geographical indicators, employment information, medical information, education information, and financial information).
Pseudoids in Current or Past BSMs Must Not Be Linkable
to Other Pseudoids from the Same Vehicle, Except by Proper Authorities.
The percentage of CaliciNet reports that were linkable
to NORS reports also increased significantly among both NoroSTAT states (from 86% to 95%) and all other states (from 29% to 33%).
The salba-bote also has linkable
straps to help prevent families from getting separated during floods and several can be used together to form rescue rafts.
PII is defined as information about an individual that identifies or links, relates, or is unique to, or describes him or her, e.g., Social Security number (SSN); age; military rank; civilian grade; marital status; race; salary; home phone numbers; and other demographic, biometric, personal, medical and financial information, including any other personal information that is linked or linkable
to a specific individual.
Now, Facebook has a better product: Its new corporate offering allows companies to build their internal communications based on the Facebook interface, familiar and simple to play with for most users - and linkable
to personal accounts, making it easy to keep track of work projects without sacrificing the privacy of communicating with friends and family.
News America Marketing of New York City said its deal with Linkable
If a beginner is linkable
to an ender, one can ascertain the minimum number of links needed to do it; the span is the maximum of these numbers, taken over all linkable
Libraries making connections with datasets that are open and freely usable like this will be a boon for those libraries as they make their data linkable
via URIs on the web.
Caption: Clever caps Using a chemical cap called MIDA, researchers can control the assembly of potential drugs using linkable
molecular fragments, shown here as blocks.