American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Chain, Sir Ernst Boris 1906-1979. German-born British biochemist. He isolated and purified penicillin; for this achievement he shared a 1945 Nobel Prize with Sir Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin in 1928.
“Cage plays a supposed MIT astrophysicist whose insipid classroom lecture about determinism makes him a less believable scholar than Keanu Reeves in Chain Reaction.”
“Nikki Reed will star in Chain Letter which will open in limited distribution this summer.”
“The news release said the coin is known as a "Chain Cent" because its chain of linking rings was supposed to represent the solidarity of the states.”
“Most will no doubt be familiar with the fact that the Catena Aurea, or "Golden Chain", is a compilation of the commentaries made by a number of the Fathers of the Church on the particular passages of the Four Gospels.”
“Or making a comment about the current administration in "Chain of Fools"?”
“Daisy Chain is Mrs. Butler's newest fabric collection for Rowan.”
“Freely Jointed Chain is running some very slow simulations and wondering why everyone else looks so busy.”
“Kingdom Hearts II is ALSO a sequel to the GameBoy Advance title Chain of Memories, which anecdotally seems to have been significantly less successful.”
“Breakheart Pass was particularly good, with a great story set in the old west, and Puppet on a Chain is perhaps his very best taut suspense novel, though it is about the only one on the list that was not made into a movie.”
“The Times also reported that Mr. Dunlap became known as Chain Saw Al for the way "he downsized thousands of workers while earning millions of dollars for himself.”
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