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chain

A unit of measurement formerly used in surveying and still seen in deeds with old property descriptions.One chain equals 66 feet.

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For illustration of the above theory consider two eight link chains with the same link assortment represented in Fig 1 and Fig 2
Munro-itis starts with the two or three mountains closest to home, spreads to areas where you can link chains of hills to get the numbers up and then finishes with mountains that need all the planning of a huge miltary exercise.
Regular link chains are sold in department stores, auto supply stores, and many gas stations.
Dixons, which also owns the Currys, PC World and The Link chains, said total sales in the 18 weeks to September 6 had increased 19 per cent against last year - thanks largely to the first contribution from Italian electronics chain UniEuro.
Tenders are invited for Round Steel Short Link Chains Non- Calibrated Electric Flash Butt Welding Grade L 3 Tested And Heat Treated For Lifting Purpose Size 6Mm.
Other white pieces include Perspex hearts, link chains, and Alice bands.
Dixons has 1,370 stores in theUK and Europe,including outlets of the Currys,PC World and The Link chains.
Dixons, which also owns the Currys, PC World and The Link chains, added that people had held off making large purchases in the uncertain economic conditions.
Dixons, which also owns the Currys, PC World and The Link chains, said total sales in the 18 weeks to September 6 had increased 19pc against last year - thanks largely to the first contribution from Italian electronics chain UniEuro.