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Web-like hyperlinks are created for each textual or logical connection between elements, allowing users to follow the references from one element to another.
According to the Court, the Act violated the single subject rule of the Illinois Constitution because not all of the Act's provisions "have a natural and logical connection to the single subject of revenue.
In Egypt the actual physical and logical connections to the rest of the world are few, and they are licensed by the government and they are tightly controlled," said Wael Amin, President of ITWorx, a large software development company based in Cairo.
Various authors framed the challenges and issues of visual impairment in the context of public health, striving to make the logical connection between policy and practice.
Easy to expand input/output points with logical connection function.
These are people who can make leaps of understanding that seem to have no logical connection.
On the logical connection between literalism and indeterminacy, see Jennifer Ashton, "'Rose is a Rose': Gertrude Stein and the Critique of Indeterminacy," Modernism/modentity 9, no.
Librarians and teachers have been using audiobooks for years in the classroom, but parents aren't making the logical connection at home," says Amanda D'Acierno, director of audio publishing at Random House.