golden chain

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an ornamental shrub or tree of the genus Laburnum

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first paid attentions incapable of being mistaken, but that is past and was not to be, dear Mr Clennam you no longer wear a golden chain you are free I trust you may be happy, here is Papa who is always tiresome and putting in his nose everywhere where he is not wanted.
He was once a king, named Picus, and a pretty good sort of a king, too, only rather too proud of his purple robe, and his crown, and the golden chain about his neck; so he was forced to take the shape of a gaudy-feathered bird.
It was shaping up to be a fine evening, his laburnum dripping golden chains on the lawn.
The Golden Chains ale was created especially to raise money for the good causes at The Old Swan in Netherton.
A The track featured in the Peugeot 208 ad is Golden Chains by ALB from the 2011 EP I Beg For A Summer and features French band The Shoes.
Five archer-mounted horses, with golden chains affixed to some of them like ornamental bridles, are held aloft from their base by skewers, making them evocative of a fairground carousel.
Kolkata The city of Kolkata went into celebratory mode yesterday, felicitating the Indian Premier League (IPL) V champions Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) with bouquets, shawls, sandesh and golden chains.
Choose the variety Vossii, which produces flowers in cascading golden chains.