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in·ter·link

 (ĭn′tər-lĭngk′)
tr.v. in·ter·linked, in·ter·link·ing, in·ter·links
To link together or join (one) with another: The policies, though distinct, are interlinked.
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Adj.1.interlinking - linked or locked closely together as by dovetailing
complex - complicated in structure; consisting of interconnected parts; "a complex set of variations based on a simple folk melody"; "a complex mass of diverse laws and customs"
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Several petitions are pending before Madras, Bombay and Madhya Pradesh High Courts seeking their direction for the interlinking of Aadhaar data with social media accounts.
Akin to Disney's trademark of interlinking films, Belle from 'Beauty and the Beast' appears in a scene that's also included in the trailer.
Just like river interlinking, we need to interlink ponds too." Himanshu Thakkar, convener of the South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers and People ( SANDRP), said: " Desilting will increase the water holding capacities of ponds." Centre will soon hire experts & consultants
* Increase in value and visibility of data by interlinking with external data resources.
In the existing literature, there are two distinct strands of thought on the issue of the implication of interlinking of factor markets and its repercussion on allocative efficiency: the Neoclassical and the Marxist.
Talking to a private news channel she said that the dilemma of Pakistan with reference to population is that the world has achieved economic development by interlinking it with population control.
Components include: Interlinking Pattern and Production Management Systems, Continuous Mixers, Refractory Coaling Stations, Manual and Automatic Mold Closers.
For the Godavari-Penna interlinking, 7,000 acres of forest land and 25,000 acres of other lands are to be acquired.
1 ON DETAILED PROJECT REPORT ( DPR) OF RIVER INTERLINKING: Environmental Impact Assessment ( EIA) study includes impact on land, environment, water resources, terrestrial ecology, etc.