Linkage

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Linkage generally means "the manner or style of being united", and can refer to:

  • Genetic linkage, the tendency of certain genes to be inherited together
  • Flux linkage, the total flux passing through a surface formed by a closed conducting loop
  • Linkage (mechanical), assemblies of links designed to manage forces and movement
  • Linkage (policy), a Cold War policy of the United States of America towards the Soviet Union and Communist China
  • Linkage (linguistics), an unclear group of undoubtedly related languages in contact
  • Linkage (software), a concept in computer programming describing how names can or can not refer to the same entity throughout a program
  • Linkage (album), the third album by J-pop singer Mami Kawada, released in 2010

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