We'll need 25 feet of chain for the pulley.
The new book chronicles the chain of events leading up to the crime.
They own a chain of organic grocery stores.
The hotel chain recently opened a new hotel in Hong Kong. Verb
She chained her bicycle to the post and went inside. chaining up the dog in the backyardSee More
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For Maloney, the harvest stoppage has set his supply chain back by about a month.—Christian Martinezstaff Writer, Los Angeles Times, 21 Jan. 2023 Inspections will increase and businesses will need to prove all parts of their supply chain are organic.—Nikki Battiste, CBS News, 20 Jan. 2023 The rule also requires certification for organic imports and businesses will need to provide certification showing key parts of their supply chain are organic.—Carma Hassan, CNN, 19 Jan. 2023 Adidas has vehemently denied the allegations regarding working conditions in its supply chain.—Eleanor Pringle, Fortune, 17 Jan. 2023 With almost all of its impact taking place in its supply chain, Shein also committed to submitting its own targets for validation.—Time, 17 Jan. 2023 Britishvolt’s factory in the northeast promised to create 3,000 new jobs, with another 5,000 in its supply chain.—WIRED, 17 Jan. 2023 Conagra has recently focused on adding capacity across its supply chain.—Kristin Broughton, WSJ, 16 Jan. 2023 Wake up your posterior chain, glutes, and hamstrings with this full body lift.—Men's Health, 13 Jan. 2023
The filing Tuesday in Southern District Court in Houston will give the party supply chain the opportunity to do that.—Megan Munce, San Antonio Express-News, 20 Jan. 2023 Craft supplies chain Jo-Ann Stores this week announced a pause in quarterly dividends for investors after comparable store sales fell 8% during its most recent quarter, which ended in October.—Christopher Rugaber, Fortune, 15 Dec. 2022 Jackson’s team took the time to strengthen existing relationships with vendors and providers to make the supply chain more efficient by communicating future needs and by keeping signals clean between teams.—Jennifer Castenson, Forbes, 27 Sep. 2021 One photo showed a child holding a bear that was dressed in wrist and ankle restraints with a lock and chain around its neck.—Bryan Pietsch, Washington Post, 28 Nov. 2022 So will projects that help make the supply chain more secure by, for example providing another production location for advanced chips that are manufactured in Taiwan.—BostonGlobe.com, 6 Sep. 2022 Both sides of this coin remind me of Lost, as far as trying to not only tie together as many characters as possible in a fraught tale but also chain together a confusing wilderness and the bewildering discovery within it.—Sam Machkovech, Ars Technica, 21 Sep. 2022 Sam also decides to chain himself in the basement, but Weisberg and Fields refuse to say whether Alan's therapy really did break through to Sam in the end.—Patrick Ryan, USA TODAY, 25 Oct. 2022 Since then, Lazarus Group has moved away from the popular Ethereum mixer, instead leveraging DeFi services to chain hop, or switch between several different kinds of cryptocurrencies in a single transaction.—Dan Goodin, Ars Technica, 8 Sep. 2022 See More
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Middle English cheyne, from Anglo-French chaene, from Latin catena