Through the voices of the villagers, many of whom trace their linkage to the old Chipko movement, the film tries to understand the revolution.
Countless social standards, now fundamental to our culture, have direct linkage to wartime necessities.
Only the presence of genetic linkage was examined.
European Union officials have assured their American counterparts that the political agenda linkage is critical to the overall package.
But if linkage to the physical world adds reality to an idea, how can he claim that the idea, which is not material, is what redeems British efficiency?
But all the electronics machines were second-hand products and have no linkage to the Internet.
Any clear linkage to the power and prestige of the central palatial authority would have conferred distinction.
The remaining 24 progeny were tested only at marker loci on chromosomes showing significant linkage to the tumor multiplicity phenotype.
All the elements will need clear linkage to each other through regular meetings, information technology, and shared protocols.
This formal linkage is, however, by no means a guarantee that further changes will be made to the CAP to remove its persistent elements of protection.