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Advertising also called Link Randomization

a form of communication that typically attempts to persuade potential customers to purchase or to consume more of a particular brand of product or serviceSource: Wikipedia

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Automatic link establishment

Each ALE radio is an HF SSB single sideband radio transceiver with an internal microprocessor or computer attached to itSource: Wikipedia

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topographic prominence also called Link

In topography, prominence, also known as autonomous height, relative height or shoulder drop (in North America) or prime factor (in Europe), is a concept used in the categorization of hills and mountains, also known as peaksSource: Wikipedia

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Homs also called the central link between the interior cities and the Mediterranean Sea coas

(Arabic: حمص anciently called Emesa (ἡ Ἔμεσα), or "La Chamelle" during the Crusades, Turkish: Humus) is a city in western Syria, the capital of the Homs GovernorateSource: Wikipedia

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Link aggregation

Other terms for this include "Ethernet trunk", "NIC teaming", "port channel", "port teaming", "port trunking", "link bundling", "EtherChannel", "Multi-Link Trunking (MLT)", "DMLT", "SMLT", "DSMLT", "R-SMLT", "NIC bonding", "Network Fault Tolerance (NSource: Wikipedia

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Meme hack

altering a meme to express a point of view not intended or inherent in the original, or even opposite to the originalSource: Wikipedia

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Oresund Bridge also called Oresund link

As of January 2008, the toll for driving the fixed link is as follows (one way trip)Source: Wikipedia

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A179 road also called A179 is the major link road

between the A19 and Hartlepool via Hart VillageSource: Wikipedia

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JB Eastern Dispersal Link

The 8.1 km expressway will connect the end of North-South Expressway Southern Route at Pandan to the new CIQ complex in the city centreSource: Wikipedia

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Microwave radio relay also called Radio relay link

In microwave radio relay, radio waves are transmitted between the two locations with directional antennas, forming a fixed radio connection between the two pointsSource: Wikipedia

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Hackers Wanted also called Can You Hack It?

Directed and written by Sam Bozzo, the film explores the origins and nature of hackers and hacking by following the adventures of Adrian Lamo, and contrasting his story with that of controversial figures throughout historySource: Wikipedia

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TOSLINK also called Tos link

Its most common use is in consumer audio equipment (via a "digital optical" socket) where it carries a digital audio stream between components such as MiniDisc and CD players and DAT recordersSource: Wikipedia

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.hack//Another Birth

a novelization of .hack, the video game series for the PlayStation 2Source: Wikipedia

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Hack value

the notion among hackers that something is worth doing or is interestingSource: Wikipedia

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Digital Packet Video Link

a video standard released by VESA in 2004Source: Wikipedia

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a multiplayer online game based on the fictional MMORPG portrayed in the .hack franchiseSource: Wikipedia

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Soul Link

a visual novel eroge developed by Navel, centering around a group of military cadets' adventure aboard a space hotel called AriesSource: Wikipedia

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Split multi-link trunking

(SMLT) is a link aggregation technology in computer networking designed by Nortel in 2001 as an enhancement to standard Multi-Link Trunking (MLT) as defined in IEEE 802.3adSource: Wikipedia

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Hacks also called Hack

a 1997 film starring Stephen ReaSource: Wikipedia

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Adobe Dynamic Link

a feature included in the Adobe Creative Suite 3 Production Premium software that eliminates intermediate rendering between programsSource: Wikipedia

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Leven rail link

a proposal to re-open a railway line in Fife, ScotlandSource: Wikipedia

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