bicycle chain


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a chain that transmits the power from the pedals to the rear wheel of a bicycle

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With that he pulled out a bicycle chain and threatened the security guard with it.
A bicycle chain lifts the custom-made Folger's rain cap from the muffler on the John Deere Model A tractor.
He shouted at the man "You're going to get it", and he rushed at him striking him on the head with the bicycle chain with a padlock on the end.
Like Oskar Blues eschewing the bottle, Reeb (which is beer spelled backwards) rejects the old bicycle chain in favor of new carbon belt drives made by Denver-based Gates Rubber.
A number of kids have died after choking themselves with belts, ropes, ties, their own bare hands, or in the case of one youngster, a bicycle chain lock.
Police, who will apply to have him extradited to Australia, will allege that he broke into Pulver s home and fastened the fake bomb around her throat with a bicycle chain.
When anyone ever laughed at their mama, one of the Augustines would catch him and the second Augustine would whip him with the bicycle chain.
his bicycle chain jumped off the small ring on the front.
The chain was described as a silver bicycle chain, about 33 inches long.
A broken bicycle chain could keep you from reaching a hot meal.
Dupont ACA: Mix a bicycle chain, a couple of vises, a color wheel, a needle, and a guillotine paper cutter, and what do you have?
For Tsubokawa, a world that fails to come to terms with its past is a world broken, just as various objects (a bicycle chain, an old phonograph) break during the course of the story.
The youngster, from Dagenham, Essex, died while he was being prepared for surgery at Broomfield Hospital, after trapping his finger in a bicycle chain.
The notNeutral store carries such patterns as high-contrast, brown-and-white and black-and-white designs, a link pattern derived from a bicycle chain.
With a $5,000 investment, they started a new company to manufacture bicycle chain in Indianapolis.