explicit link

explicit link

A pointer or link that includes the exact location of the target element. See HREF for HTML examples.
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It would be a tragedy if Celtic's continuing refusal to apologise, their increasingly pitiful denial of an explicit link with the Boys' Club and their lack of desire to see a fullblown independent enquiry leads to a further erosion of that trust from a single parent of a single kid.
The Canadian government said it saw no explicit link to the Huawei case.
It was the most explicit link yet published by the investigators between Moscow and the downing of Flight MH17.
Here, then, was an explicit link between cultural forgetting and current affairs.
Knowing that it would be difficult for the Carter Administration to authorize an explicit link between humanitarian PL-480 assistance and U.S.
One unnamed officer makes an explicit link with the football tragedy which claimed 96 lives.
News of the detentions came a day after the ruling Communist Party sacked the head of the work safety regulator, a former vice mayor of Tianjin, for suspected corruption, but without making an explicit link to the Aug.
The Saskatchewan standing orders require that any new legislation required for the passage of the provincial budget must be identified by title in the government's financial plan, including details on the purpose of the bill and an explicit link to the Subvote or spending Allocation in the Estimates book.
In contrast to the negative impact of food prices on underweight ratios, stunting and wasting measures do not appear to have such an explicit link with food price inflation.
Even worse, too few credit unions make an explicit link between their socially responsible structure and their recruiting.
[ ] The ministers recognised the explicit link between the post-2020 ambition of action and the new agreement again highlighting the need for encouraging universal participation.
Officials did not make an explicit link but that number could form the basis of the number of people held captive.

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