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hot link

[¦hät ′liŋk]
(computer science)
A linking of information in two documents so that modification of the information in the source document results in the same change in the destination document.

hot link

A predefined connection between programs so that when information in one database or file is changed, related information in other databases and files is also updated. See hypertext, compound document and OLE.
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Fat hot links, though a trifle pasty, make for a very satisfying lunch plate, also with a couple of sides, for $4.
At his eponymous cafe, Jody Maroni serves new sausages like chicken Cubana with plantains and garlic and Venetian chicken with sun-dried tomatoes, along with such old faves as Yucatan chicken with cilantro, chicken Andouille, smoked chicken apple, Louisiana hot links, Italian, Polish and bratwurst.
Recommended items: Shrimp po' boy sandwich, meatloaf, smothered pork chops, ``chitlins,'' dirty rice, hot links, red beans 'n' rice, macaroni and cheese, collard greens, red velvet cake, bread pudding, pear cobbler.
Hot links, crab cakes, ribs, chili, poppers, hot wings and legs, onion flower and loaf, mini and full-size beef burgers, ostrich and buffalo burgers, tri-tip, steaks, clam chowder and brisket are just a few of the items available here.
95) - simply thin, fried, battered onions topped with sliced, spicy hot links - provided the most satisfaction.
In addition to the expected barbecued ribs and chicken, and roasted, smoked tri-tip, look for such diversions as pork and vegetable rolls ($5), hot links on a heap of crispy onions ($6) and French onion soup ($4) as starters, three steak items ($11 to $17), smoked prime rib ($14 and $18) and a fresh fish of the day ($14).