Definitions for "CHAIN"
Keywords:  surveyor, gunter, yard, link, series
A series of links or rings, usually of metal, connected, or fitted into one another, used for various purposes, as of support, of restraint, of ornament, of the exertion and transmission of mechanical power, etc.
A series of things linked together; or a series of things connected and following each other in succession; as, a chain of mountains; a chain of events or ideas.
An instrument which consists of links and is used in measuring land.
British biochemist (born in Germany) who isolated and purified penicillin, which had been discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming (1906-1979)
Sir Ernst Boris German-born British biochemist (1906-1979) who developed and purified penicillin with Howard Florey. Involved in the first tests of its effects on humans.
Features here are proper length, maintenance, and quality. One of the most important features of your drivetrain. They are 1/2X3/32 in. but come in narrow, hyperglide, etc.. If you have a nine sprocket (27 speed) rear cassette, you should not use a narrow chain, but may require a special chain designed for 27 speeds.
a series of traveling journal bearings with a means to engage the teeth of a sprocket and transmit force and motion
The key drivetrain component that circles the front chainring, the rear cassette and runs through the rear derailleur. Power is transmitted from the crankarms to the rear wheel through the chain.
A stretchable plastic chain used to hold arch wires into brackets and move teeth.
A movement in which dancers pass each other, either to cross the set or to move half way or all the way around the set. They pass on alternate sides, first passing R to R, then L to L and so on. The hand hold is a light handshake hold at about waist level, although the purists will tell you it should be at shoulder level. This high hold looks fine for display dancing but is not altogether necessary for social dancing.
A stretchable plastic chain used to hold archwires into brackets and to move teeth.
Multiple closing on different properties. Chain may collapse due to failure of one property of meet the closure requirement
This occurs when the seller needs the sale of their house to occur before they can complete the purchase of another property. The same situation may exist for others in the chain. As a result, the whole chain can collapse if one link breaks.
The situation that occurs when a buyer is reliant upon completion of the sale of his existing property, in order to complete on the purchase of his new property.
A sequence of contingencies connected by alternate values.
A chain in a graph is a sequence of vertices from one vertex to another using the edges. The length of a chain is the number of edges used, or the number of vertices used minus one. A simple chain cannot visit the same vertex twice. A closed chain is one where the first and last vertex are the same. Here is an example of a simple chain: More formally, a chain is a sequence of vertices of the form x0, x1, ..., xn such that xi and xi+1 are adjacent for i=0,...,n-1. In a simple chain all the xi are distinct. In a closed chain, x0 = xn.
Connecting a series of modules or devices in sequence along a single MIDI line.
a number of similar establishments (stores or restaurants or banks or hotels or theaters) under one ownership
a nationwide or international group of hotels or motels
A corporately owned group of product suppliers. Common to the accommodation and restaurant sectors.
A group of stones that are all connected along the lines of the board (vertically or horizontally). All stones in one chain share their liberties. Also "block", "string", or " group".[ edit
a string of similar traumata arranged according to time.
a necklace made by a stringing objects together; "a string of beads"; "a strand of pearls";
Keywords:  markov
Keywords:  eckerd, osco, polyamorist, mand, deputy
A group of merchants.
A group of polyamorist s whose relationships are basically linear: A and B, B and C, C and D, and so on.
of command (chain of com MAND) n: the organizational structure through which military authority is exercised At corps/division level, the chain of command includes the corps/division commander and deputy assistant commanders.
a reliable machine component that transmits power by tensile force
a reliable machine component, which transmits power by means of tensile forces, and is used primarily for power transmission and conveyance systems
Keywords:  enslave, slavery
To keep in slavery; to enslave.
Chain (2004) is a documentary written and directed by Jem Cohen. The movie is about two women: one a corporate executive, and the other a young drifter whose lives are changed by the loss of regional identity due to the homogeny of corporate culture.
Keywords:  festoon, agm, garland, warp, threads
The warp threads of a web.
Threading done in parallel lines which are then pinched together to produce loops like chain. (AGM.p28)
Often found at each end of a festoon (or garland), it's a Classical decorative pendant of flowers and fruit suspended vertically from one end. Also a name sometimes used for the threads that make the warp or weft of a carpet.
Keywords:  hill, mountain, fifty, dispatch, valley
The mechanism that carries the train up the lift hill. Using a high-powered motor, the strong chain takes the train to the top in approximately fifty seconds (from dispatch to release).
a series of hills or mountains; "the valley was between two ranges of hills"; "the plains lay just beyond the mountain range"
A set of mountains grouped together such as a range of mountains
Pins or recepticles still attached to a continuious piece of metal. You must cut the parts free before using, designed for machine feed industrial instalations.
metal shackles; for hands or legs
To fasten, bind, or connect with a chain; to fasten or bind securely, as with a chain; as, to chain a bulldog.
like a bicycle chain, it connects the Operator to the Door. The Operator pulls the door up with the Chain.
fasten or secure with chains; "Chain the chairs together"
The CECED Convergence Working Group has defined a new platform, called CHAIN (Ceced Home Appliances Interoperating Network), which defines a protocol for interconnecting different home appliances in a single multibrand system.
To unite closely and strongly.
A multi-unit retail operation with stores managed by a headquarters staff. Usually refers to a group of supermarkets under common ownership.
A chain is usually a sign that there is an engagement or wedding imminent.
a complete set of moves, from the opening pawn push to some kind of end
An explanation for certain kinds of systematic changes in a language, these occur when phoneme's are changed either because they are pulled in to full a gap or because they are pushed out of their former position in the paradigm by some new or changing feature. This can also occur when one phoneme's change triggers changes in other related phonemes.
a subset of a cluster where more close meaning relationships obtain
A chain is a totally ordered set or a totally ordered subset of a poset. See also total order.
A variety of sexy swinging styles from shoulder-sweeping to just right. Made with 1 to 2 inches of silver or gold chain styles and matchng crystals.
Keywords:  callback, hex, traversed, deleted, api
A data structure used by HEX API. A chain contains several items which are created, modified and deleted in a callback when HEX API requests one of these actions. It can be traversed with HEX API functions.
a collection of files containg TTree objects
Keywords:  neck, english, pea, spot, abdomen
The arrangement of spots on an English Spot, starting at the ear/neck with spots about the size of a pea, and taking a downward course toward the stomach/abdomen.
The arrangement of the spots on an English Spot, running from the neck to the abdominal area.
Keywords:  trams, endless, hooked, onto, rope
The chain was attached to the trams and would be hooked onto the endless rope.
Keywords:  orthodontic, see
See Orthodontic Chain.
Keywords:  proprietor, hoist, store, belong, brand
As in "chain stores". A chain is a group of stores operated under one organization or brand
(here) several stores that belong to the same proprietor
container A vessel attached to the hoist to store chain not being used to support the load.
Keywords:  fetters, habit, confines, bond, secures
That which confines, fetters, or secures, as a chain; a bond; as, the chains of habit.
Any of a number of various repeated techniques a player can perform to increase the points awarded for shooting enemies, collecting items, or other things under the right circumstances: the most common varieties involve shooting down many enemies (or enemies of a specific type) in a row, or collecting a certain type of score item many times in a row. Sometimes called combos.
CHAIN filename Starts a new script, clearing all variables first. e.g CHAIN "C:\ Documents\ Scripts\ script3. scr" starts ‘script3. scr' running, whilst clearing all the variables set up in any previous scripts.
a distributed pipeline of tasks, which communicate in pairwise, producer-consumer relationships
a checklist of rules
a collection of rules
a list of rules
Seven "chains" of evolution within a planetary "scheme". There are seven "globes" of evolution within a planetary chain.
a wonderful gift for family, friends and yourself
CHAIN is a software systems fully developed in J2ME MIDP
Keywords:  effector, anchor, bones, end, number
a number of bones between an anchor and an end-effector
a function that combines the effect of two (or more) other functions, but whose interface is indistinguishable from the interface of one of its components
a step-wise arrangement of pieces such that the breaking of the first step causes the next steps to break in succession
a succession of incidents along the time track, related to one another by some similarity such as subject, location, people or perception
a good metaphor to use when thinking about how to manage a constraint
Keywords:  harbor, drawing, across, protect
To protect by drawing a chain across, as a harbor.
a highly effective inhibitor of cellular protein synthesis, and the cell dies
A traditional forestry term equal to 66' or approximately 20 m.
a method of transferring rotary motion between two parallel shafts
A list of objects, where each object in the list contains a reference to its successor (for example, the successor of a commit could be one of its parents).
Keywords:  timber, heavy, steel, loads, machine
Used for securing loads of timber, steel or heavy machine
a list of modules that are called when a particular event occurs, such as a packet arriving or a session starting
Keywords:  anything, restraint, acts
anything that acts as a restraint
Keywords:  club, noticed, get, well, help
a club where you can help others' works get noticed and where yours can be noticed as well
a very slow method in which a show is distributed but the recipients do not trade for it
a tool used to determine horizontal distances
Keywords:  channel
Keywords:  finance, food, function
a function of finance more than food
Keywords:  best, list, relation, described
a relation that can be best described as a list
Keywords:  operations, two, name
Two or more operations under the same name.