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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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Extension of this concept leads to the conclusion that in a Double slider four link chain, working space of the coupler is still greater since its effectiveness is 1/2.
For example let us consider an eight link chain with a link assortment of Four binary and Four ternary links.
He was also wearing a think silver link chain and gold rings.
They incorporate exclusively short link chain, are 100% proof tested after assembly to twice the Working Load Limit (WLL), and offer a minimum four-to-one safety factor.
THE owner of electricals chain Currys announced it is in negotiations to sell its struggling The Link chain to mobile phone firm O2 for pounds 30m.
DSG International - the owner of electricals chain Currys and the UK's biggest electrical retailer - yesterday confirmed that it had begun negotiations to sell its struggling The Link chain to mobile phone firm O2 for pounds 30 million.
THE owner of electricals chain Currys was under the spotlight following reports that it is to sell its struggling The Link chain to mobile phone firm O2.
The gang stole a mobile phone and thick gold link chain, as well as the victim's wallet containing cash.
Additionally, selection of the keyed response to the second, third, or fourth item in the link chain will also result in the item being scored as correct.