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- n. Plural form of chain.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chain.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. metal shackles connected by chains, used to bind hands or legs.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. metal shackles; for hands or legs
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The deacon Theodosius, with the bishop and clergy, was dragged in chains from the altar to Palermo, cast into
The unfortunate Paul was dragged in chains from the sandy deserts of Mesopotamia to the most desolate places of Mount Taurus, 150 confined in a dark and narrow dungeon, left six days without food, and at length strangled, by the order of Philip, one of the principal ministers of the emperor
Mock 1I love pizza, the only difference between the chains is the tomato sauce, do it right, you da man.
The regional expansion of the chains is all to the good.
Those leaders said they were responding to what they characterized as the chains' delaying tactics when they issued the required 72-hour notice Thursday evening to cancel the contract extension under which they had been working since March.
Old Ezra West, just how far back I don't remember, was executed for piracy and his body hung in chains at
Also, very important was the discovery of a number of peptides (short protein chains) that function as central regulators of food intake and energy metabolism.
If you know the song or the artist please let me know!! the title I remember is something like “woman in chains” or something of that nature .. even though Ive tried all possible combinations with no solution please help me!!! the song you are searching for seems to be “your woman” by white town, by all means, except that it sounds nothing like bittersweet symphony.
Please help me out I would really like to know. rooster by alice in chains
He was kept in chains while being held in high-security cells that were lit 24 hours a day, his lawyers claim.
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