|linkki englanniksi||link, anchor|
: The mayor’s assistant serves as the link to the media.
*: The link of brotherhood, by which / One common Maker bound me to the kind.
*: And so by double links enchained themselves in lovers life.
: The third link of the silver chain needs to be resoldered.
: The weakest link.
: The link on the page points to the sports scores.
: A by-N-link is composed of N lanes.
*: They used formerly to live in caves or huts dug into the side of a bank or "link," and lined with heath or straw.
*: But know that God is the strongest link.
*: The fuse is the weakest link in the system. As such, the fuse is also the most valuable link in the system.
*: .... This is so that nobody can change the way every link must talk about the formula that I taught to make a real Chain of Universal Love and not a Chain of Love of a group or sect.”
: a link of horsehair
*: All the tribes and nations that composed it [the Roman Empire] were linked together, not only by the same laws and the same government, but by all the facilities of commodious intercourse, and of frequent communication.
: My homepage links to my wifes.
: Havent you seen his Web site? Ill link you to it.
: Stop linking those unfunny comics all the time!
*: You were coming out of the Italian Opera, ma’am, in white satin and jewels, a blaze of splendour, when I hadn’t a penny to buy a link to light you.’
*: "Give me a loan of the link, Dick."
*: Supermarkets have also had to adjust. Tesco, Sainsburys and Asda have put a much greater emphasis on developing smaller high street stores or becoming anchors for mixed-used regeneration schemes ...
*: which hope we have as an anchor of the soul
: Our ship (or the captain) anchored in the stream.
*: My invention ... anchors on Isabel.