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A link—typically displayed as (blue) coloured, underlined text—incorporated in an electronic document that permits internet browsers to immediately open another document in the same or another website.
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To improve the color and text link counts and simultaneously reduce the link count variation, a link text cluster (i.
Note that on lower-level pages, the semantics of the link text will express all degrees of generality and specificity.
In 2016, this partnership will develop Voalte Story, a product based on CareWeb, a clinician facing interactive patient wall that caregivers may access to post and link texts or alarms to a specific patient.
He concludes that "Reading Romantic-period autobiography is a matter of exploring the shape of relations between texts and their public place, tracing the paths that link texts to the developing idea of a genre, and considering how the text and the self are constituted by the way they circulate" (23).
Genres - defined in his words as the "totalised identity of all the linguistic, rhetorical and narrative elements by which we recognize a particular speech act or text" (4) - link texts to society.