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1another term for hyperlink
- ‘Once you get the invitation via e-mail, you simply click on a weblink to activate the account.’
- ‘The Prince then unveiled a plaque at the college, and via a weblink, revealed the plaques at the other two colleges.’
- ‘Check out the interview with Warren on the weblink below.’
- ‘To fill in the survey questionnaire please click on the weblink below.’
- ‘Full details of Pete and Clive's songs with soundclips can be accessed at the weblink opposite.’
- ‘Directly above the table is a weblink to the DWP website, analysing Households with Below Average income.’
- ‘You'll need to get hold of software such as Musicmatch Jukebox to serve your music for you - a simple weblink is included on the CD.’
- ‘We will have pointers in the data like a URL or weblink.’
- ‘See the full report via the HFEA weblink below.’
- ‘A box should popup asking you to enter a weblink.’
- 1.1A printed address of a website in a book, newspaper, etc.
- ‘Or if there is a weblink below the photographer's name you can try contacting them yourself if you prefer.’
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