Recent Examples of heavy chain from the Web
As with the cemetery in Tunis, the gates of Bassatine were locked with a heavy chain and the graveyard was surrounded by a wall, this one at least 12 feet high.
The typical ax-throwing arenas and target lanes are walled off with heavy chain-link fencing, and trained staff accompany patrons at all times.
Trident has taken steps to manage that pile, such as dragging the seafloor with heavy chains or pipes to push it back under one acre, Gebhardt said.
One of the city’s stock characters was the fearless bicycle messenger, wearing a heavy chain lock around the waist and whipping through traffic with supreme confidence.
Each massive turbine is tethered to the bottom of the sea by heavy chains weighing in at 1,200 tonnes (1,323 tons).
Young went to the bench to sit down, no doubt tired by the heavy chain.
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