And here comes the linkage theory, which is very popular in Israel these days.
linkage or no linkage, the question as to Netanyahu's intentions remains.
This sort of linkage between policy aims was largely missing in Washington.
But we do not see any linkage in which we seek to give on one issue and receive on the other.
Ironically, in this dispute, the atheist Hoyle was on the side of the pope in seeing a linkage between the Big Bang and God.
Evidently, by exercising this linkage of stimulus and response.
In carrying on a stock of a lethal, advantage can be taken of linkage.
The avowed purpose of his linkage was to increase the speed of a flywheel and thus decrease its size.
There is more than metaphor in such a comparison; there is the linkage of the immanent idea.
Another question to which he devoted much attention was that of obtaining rectilinear motion by linkage.
To understand the principle of Peaucellier's link-work, it is convenient to consider previously certain properties of a linkage, (to coin a new and useful word of general application), consisting of an arrangement of six links, obtained in the following manner ... (etc.). ["Recent Discoveries in Mechanical Conservation of Motion," in "Van Nostrand's Eclectic Engineering Magazine," vol. XI, July-December 1874]
linkage link·age (lĭng'kĭj)
An association between two or more genes such that the traits they control tend to be inherited together.