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  • n. Plural form of keychain.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The most popular of these new  “multi-functional” carabiner keychains is by far the carabiner flashlights featuring a twist on-off bright led light.

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  • Last year, the Consumer Product Safety Commission recalled keychains sold at Walmart that had charms with a lower lead content after health officials reported elevated blood lead levels in a child who had been mouthing the keychain.

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  • I came largely to scope out indy manga komiks, but I found to my disappointment that there was only one table selling these, as most of the other artists were there instead to sell non-narrative merchandise such as keychains and commissioned sketches.

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  • The election candidates distributed campaign materials and paraphernalia such as keychains and posters at the pre-EGM dinner, attended by about 3,000.

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  • I had only known him four days when he kissed me, the two of us wedged in the supply closet looking for extra Boondoggle lanyard for the campers to make keychains during arts and crafts.

    Jared Sampson's Mom

  • But it's not enough to purchase pink kitchen appliances, flip flops, or keychains; we need to look beyond the ribbon and have honest, open talks with the people we love living with this disease.

    More Than a Pink Ribbon

  • Updated sotftware, all my passwords, keychains, preferences, and the trillions of files I had carefully arranged, and backed up to within an hour of the crash.

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  • I had red hair, tutu that I clipped Twilight keychains to, walking around with a video camera, you guys kept calling me “Purple Hair Streak” during the trivia game cuz of my streak (that is purple!)?

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  • Genachowski's office is pristine, with lush eggshell couches and a large glass candy bowl full of USB-port keychains containing agency data for guests.

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  • Feasibly, if you were organized and moved fast you could do 12 venues in three hours but many of the venues were small and limited and LPs, keychains or other ticket items disappeared very early on.

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