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  • It may have been at the top of the food chain in its local ecosystem.
  • Since the chain is at rest the sum of these forces must be zero.
  • She is still chained up and this means death for her.
  • To find the temperature drop per hour, we apply the chain rule.
  • The chain has since expanded rapidly in China, which is now the company's single largest market.
  • The route can be difficult in the winter months and snow chains are essential during this time.
  • Some stations may have the same number of tracks, but a slightly different chaining.
  • Alice in Chains has also had a significant influence on modern heavy metal.
  • The original location is still in operation as the chain's only full-service grocery store.
  • Individual protein chains may sometimes group together to form a protein complex.
  • The main steps of chain reaction occur via the following steps.
  • The tile could increase the length of an existing chain already on the board.
  • The chain rule can be applied to composites of more than two functions.
  • A fifth chain, made of wood, was placed between the first and second of the stone chains.
  • There are no world famous hotel chains in the city.
  • At times entire food chains were developed even though only a small percentage of them would appear in the film.
  • The opponent will take these last two boxes, but will then be forced to open the next chain.
  • The book was generally unavailable in the larger chain stores, except by special order.
  • Less control and more supply chain partners led to the creation of the concept of supply chain management.
  • Today the library is one of the few remaining examples of a chained library located within a school.
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Meaning of chain

  • noun A series of things depending on each other as if linked together
    the chain of command, a complicated concatenation of circumstances
  • noun (chemistry) a series of linked atoms (generally in an organic molecule)
  • noun A series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament
  • noun (business) a number of similar establishments (stores or restaurants or banks or hotels or theaters) under one ownership
  • noun Anything that acts as a restraint
  • noun A unit of length
  • noun British biochemist (born in germany) who isolated and purified penicillin, which had been discovered in 1928 by sir alexander fleming (1906-1979)
  • noun A linked or connected series of objects
    a chain of daisies
  • noun A necklace made by a stringing objects together;
    a string of beads, a strand of pearls
  • verb Connect or arrange into a chain by linking
  • verb Fasten or secure with chains
    Chain the chairs together