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  • For many programs a chain of six is as deep as the program will go.
  • A national order's star or chain of office can also be worn.
  • This is usually the next officer in the chain of command.
  • The chain of three marked black stones cannot escape in any direction.
  • Real estate is one field where the chain of title has considerable significance.
  • The whole chain of argument seemed to him so clear and simple.
  • The game is set on a chain of ten islands, each one with a different theme.
  • Later it became the name of the chain of islands.
  • The combined company will be the third-largest international chain of fast food restaurants.
  • It is built on a chain of islands located throughout a number of large lakes.
  • It grew to be a chain of over six hundred stores.
  • A chain of stones must have at least one liberty to remain on the board.
  • As such, he is the highest-ranking officer in the military chain of command.
  • He decided to create a chain of new towns across Scotland.
  • Each service had an independent chain of command.
  • And he says truly, for through all that land run great chains of very high mountains. Cited from The Northmen, Columbus and Cabot, 985-1503, by Various
  • She is bound hand and foot by the chains of her birth. Cited from Yolanda: Maid of Burgandy, by Charles Major
  • Night and day they were before me, and yet my hands were bound as with chains of iron. Cited from The Grimke Sisters, by Catherine H. Birney
  • The women officers serve together with the men under the same respective chains of command.
  • His wife was against the run and he operates a chain of restaurants.
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