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One of my link partners recently migrated her website. At her new site, she stored all her links using a service from blogrolling. This makes all the links uncrawable by robots.
If this is going to hurt me then I'll respond by adding a "no follow" on the outbound link. Does this help? If yes, then I'll incorporate this on other outbound one-way links as well.
However, if this link "partner" was important to both of you, perhaps they just overlooked your link. If this is the case, contact them and have the no-follow removed. Send an email that says "we recently noticed that your link to our site now shows a no-follow designation. We would like to continue our linking partnership, so please remove the no-follow. Our link to you can be found at (your site link here). Our link to you will remain active only for 5 more days etc. etc.
Try it, you might be surprised by the results.