soft link

soft link

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A criminal will always look for the soft link as the place to attack, and right now, Rupp believes this means mobile phones.
To avoid it all looking a bit too summery and soft link it all together with a hint of black to add a little drama.
We stand behind the soft link approach and believe that it offers substantial benefits for assessment.
Dampening System is a limb-pocket filler that extends Out the bottom of the pocket to create a soft link between the riser and the limbs.
However, back-testing to check the accuracy of an internal VaR model is difficult in the sense that a large number of observations are needed before an accurate judgment can be made about the model.(4) This motivated economists Kupiec and O'Brien (1997) of the Federal Reserve Board to put forward a new "precommitment" approach (PCA) that proposes the use of a "soft link." Such a link is not externally imposed, but arises endogenously.
ABUSED J Death rate due to alcohol is among worst AT RISK Soft link to liver disease