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The rings were afterwards interlinked one with another so as to form a garment of themselves, called chain-mail.
The threads of the action should be so closely related and interlinked that they are practically all in action all the time.
LITERATURE IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLPORTER LANDER MACCLINTOCK
They are considerably interlinked among themselves, the same characters appearing more or less in successive volumes.
The new interlinked type is less durable than the old mesh type, though perhaps it looks somewhat neater when fixed.
Throughout the length of interlinked chain of advances the fighting was of the utmost ferocity.
AMERICA'S WAR FOR HUMANITYTHOMAS HERBERT RUSSELL
All these incidents were so strangely and, at the same time, so naturally interlinked as to persuade him that lying was useless.
THE GOLDEN TRIANGLEMAURICE LEBLANC
The old woman scribbled Srul and Biela's interlinked names over the flat tomb of a holy scholar.
GHETTO TRAGEDIESISRAEL ZANGWILL
Interlinked and all as one they swam by, brought evening, brought morning, never varied.
Arms and hands and heads seemed fairly interlinked and interwoven.
GLIMPSES OF THREE COASTSHELEN HUNT JACKSON
The history of medicine is closely interlinked with the development of theology.

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