long chain

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  • He was bound by a long chain and was working very fast and very hard. Cited from German Classics of the 19th & 20th Centuries, Vol. IV, by Francke (Ed.)
  • Every one of them is the first link in a long chain of associated ideas. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIII, by John Lord
  • A long chain of historical traditions is cast about us all like a strong ring. Cited from Jewish History, by S. M. Dubnow
  • Series of long chain links were also used in a similar way.
  • The weapon with which they struck each other was the heavy long chain attached to their legs. Cited from Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men, by Francois Arago
  • You trace the long chain which has made us what we are in this aspect and that. Cited from On Compromise, by John Morley
  • Every link in the long chain of creation does not pass by easy transition into the next. Cited from The Antiquity of Man, by Charles Lyell
  • The two young men would work all day in the woods with a long chain, measuring the land. Cited from The Beginner's American History, by D. H. Montgomery
  • There is a long chain of mountains running north to south across the central part of Nevada.
  • But when they met in the long chain he was surprised to feel his hand firmly pressed. Cited from Dubliners, by James Joyce
  • They expressed themselves much pleased, but Faith pointed to the long chain attached, and said. Cited from All Aboard, by Fannie E. Newberry
  • Off they went, and the long chain reached the bottom safely and happily. Cited from Rico And Wiseli, by Johanna Spyri
  • Yet if you want a long chain you must, of course, take a long strip of cardboard. Cited from Amusements in Mathematics, by Henry Ernest Dudeney
  • Very long chains tend to take the form of a spring.
  • The culture from the blood contained only the long chains. Cited from The Harvard Classics Volume 38, by Various
  • Yes; but you must remember that our wild nursery has a long chain to add to these. Cited from The Garden, You, and I, by Mabel Osgood Wright
  • A long chain of events brought on a crisis which involved the kingdom in tribulation. Cited from The Works of John Bunyan Volumes 1-3, John Bunyan
  • Here we need no long chain of reasoning from effect to cause; the whole operation is in a manner before our eyes. Cited from Theory of the Earth, Volume 2 (of 4), by James Hutton
  • Recently much research activity has focused on the nature and distribution of long chain branches in polyethylene.
  • They widely used metaphors, sometimes producing long chains of them in their poems.
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