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missing link

a hypothetical extinct animal or animal group, formerly thought to be intermediate between the anthropoid apes and man
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McDaniel, Senior Vice President of Operations and Programs, Missing Link Security, said, "DHA Group has proven to be a strong business partner, evidencing professionalism and integrity at a level not often seen in this industry.
Neuroscience and Social Work Practice provides the critical missing link.
The fossils revealed all the hallmarks expected of a missing link between fish and land vertebrates.
The core of the missing link is all about a "chain reaction of contagious enthusiasm," something he calls the flashpoint effect, that sets "flashpoint" businesses apart from their competition.
The proposed Dee Coastal Path will provide the vital missing link in Flintshire's section of the national cycle network at Flint.
The magazine described it as a "true missing link in the complex chain that connects dinosaurs and birds.
Acting President of Iranian Railways, Naseer Four Mirza said in an interview in Tehran that Iranian Railways was speeding up the process of connecting the missing link between Kerman and Zahedan.
The Public Library: The Missing Link of the Information Age
In fact, he is a central figure in recent Italian art--the missing link, one might say, between Alighiero e Boetti and Francesco Clemente; that is, between arte povera and the best of the transavant-garde.
Our new Compliance & Shipping Gateway allows them to freely choose who they prefer for compliance and shipping services, without a change in how they use eCellar," says Paul Thienes, founder and CEO of Missing Link Networks, Inc.
0 JOSE MOURINHO reckons he has found the missing link that will fire Chelsea to glory after seeing new signing Diego Costa sink Sociedad.
4 million to fund the missing link in the Carrum-Warburton Cycle Link between Bayswater North and Lilydale.

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