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- n. Alternative spelling of daisy chain.
- v. Alternative spelling of daisy chain.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. connect devices on a part of a chip or circuit board in a computer
Sorry, no etymologies found.
On the day of parliamentary elections in mid-September, a daisy-chain bomb planted in an alley regularly patrolled by soldiers seriously injured a child.
I made you a daisy-chain halo to still the pylon's electricity as it squatted on your picnic and gnarled at your lobes.
You can daisy-chain multiple pointer phrases together, padded on both sides with one whitespace character.
And the OLPC has a built-in wireless repeater, so you can daisy-chain wireless connections across the Serengeti.
I also daisy-chain errands and go through them in a “right-hand-turns-only” sequence.
It's somewhere between the daisy-chain form of a generic Strauss waltz and the refrain-driven form of other 19th-century dances.
Just to double-check: when you daisy-chain hard drives together, does it matter what order it goes in?
Your shaky daisy-chain of logic that leads from A to B to C is quite specious, and several of your point about language are pretty silly.
In a matter of months Alexander and his team are able to convince one Al Qaeda operative after another to provide them with key information until they daisy-chain their way to al Zarqawi.
I suppose we should have sent Saddam a lolipop and a daisy-chain necklace.
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