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INTERLINK

A commercial product comprising hardware and software for file transfer between IBM and VAX computers.
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Keywords: Interlinkage, Allocative Efficiency, Rural Credit, Data Envelopment Analysis
Despite the close interlinkage, the control can also operate independently: In case of communication problems, all relevant data can also be entered via the input dialogues of the Data Management System (DMS).
financial system will likely reverberate to other financial systems amid global interlinkage, he said.
Trade Unions call on UNCTAD XII Conference to approve an UNCTAD agenda to realise decent work and development As trade ministers and Heads of State come together in Accra, Ghana to decide on the priorities for the UN's Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) for the next four years, trade unionists are calling for the UNCTAD XII Conference to endorse a strong UNCTAD agency as the main forum where discussions on the interlinkage between trade and development take place.
Striated space, on the contrary, is defined by the requirements of long-distance vision: constancy of orientation, invariance of distance through an interchange of inertial points of reference, interlinkage by immersion in an ambient milieu, constitution of a central perspective.
Finally, the author examines, in Chapter Seven, the close interlinkage existing between lynching and the white supremacy ideology during the early 20th century.
Interlinkage is a key concept in the promotion of sustainable development.
These packaging lines, which are supplied complete and often as turnkey systems, with transfer, grouping and interlinkage equipment, permit a smooth transition from production to the packaging process.
Here, then, lies the task ahead: the groups will need to "incarnate" the subject matter in the churches and thus contribute to the interlinkage of the two layers of faith experience.
It was argued above that allowing the landlord to set both the rate of interest and the size of the loan forces interlinkage on the tenant.
In order to improve prospects for peace and environmental survival the solution must be global in scope and in perspective, and such an approach must be dictated by the complex interlinkage of disarmament and conservation and development.