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There was a rusty iron chain hanging from the gate.
The crate was secured with a strong chain.
She wore a delicate gold chain around her neck.
Women prisoners were kept in chains during childbirth.
In 1910 there was a proposal for a chain of telegraph stations to link up the empire.
The region includes Sumatra, Java, and a chain of smaller islands extending eastwards.
Firefighters formed a human chain to carry the injured climbers to safety.
a polymer chain
a chain of events that eventually led to murder
The virus becomes weaker as it passes down the chain of infection.
Japan’s leading hotel chain
a chain of electrical goods shops
We’ve been in a chain for five months.