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dead link

A hyperlink on a website that points to a Web page that has been deleted or moved. Also called an "orphan link," it may also be a temporary condition if the Web server is down. Contrast with live link. See 404 error and link rot.
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A similar yearning to renew the broken links of brotherhood with his kind sometimes showed itself in a milder form; and once it was made beautiful by the religion that lay even deeper than itself.
Then the clanging of a chain, and a noise as of the snapping back against stone of a broken link.
Therefore, it is imperative that you regularly check for and clean up broken links across your website.
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