CLINKS


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CLINKS

(Connectors are the weakest LINKS) One of the first things to check when a network fails are the plugs and sockets. Coined by Tom Jadwin of Lighthouse Communications (www.lhcommunications.com).
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Dozens of empty bottles clinked together in corners to the rolling of the ship.
Then there was a payment of bets, and money clinked in Beauty Smith's hand.
The bumpers filled, Mr Blandois, with a roystering gaiety, clinked the top of his glass against the bottom of Mr Flintwinch's, and the bottom of his glass against the top of Mr Flintwinch's, and drank to the intimate acquaintance he foresaw.