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something that physically confines the legs or arms

a number of things placed or occurring one after the other

to restrict the activity or free movement of

Synonyms for chain

a series of things depending on each other as if linked together

(chemistry) a series of linked atoms (generally in an organic molecule)

(business) a number of similar establishments (stores or restaurants or banks or hotels or theaters) under one ownership

anything that acts as a restraint

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British biochemist (born in Germany) who isolated and purified penicillin, which had been discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming (1906-1979)

a linked or connected series of objects

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a necklace made by a stringing objects together

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connect or arrange into a chain by linking

fasten or secure with chains

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Tony Smurfit, Chief Operating Officer of Smurfit Kappa comments: "By completing our Chain of Custody certification programme for our entire paper mill system as well as all relevant packaging operations in Europe we demonstrate our commitment to supplying our customers with sustainable packaging solutions.
For the better part of the prior decade, Deere had been identifying bottlenecks and weaknesses in many different food supply chains and using its deep experience in agribusiness to devise pragmatic solutions to producers' chain of custody feasibility and affordability challenges.
JT Dove, the North-East- based builders merchant has achieved FSC and PEFC Chain of Custody Certification on timber products from all of its seven branches.
Failure to maintain proper evidence and chain of custody may jeopardize a case.
The decision to adopt forestland or chain of custody certification has emerged as a major decision facing some members of the forest and related industries.
From now on, the diverse range of woodland products from FE Wales Signs Workshop can be guaranteed as coming from FSC approved sustainable forests and audited via the FSC's strict chain of custody controls.
No one is given advance warning of the test, and a strict chain of custody is enforced to eliminate outside influences.
Enacted in 2009 by the Indonesian government, the SVLK system creates a rigorous chain of custody process designed to ensure that mills only receive and process timber from legal sources and that all products exported from the country are traceable to verifiable points of origin.
Leopoldo Bataoil said it would be best if Dayan would seek refuge in the PNP for the meantime, adding that there should be a proper chain of custody on the part of the Congress.
Tenders are invited for provide chain of custody labels for use by the department of agriculture.
SGS Hong Kong was the first certification body (CB) accredited by ASI to conduct FSC Chain of Custody audits and services in Hong Kong.
Smurfit Kappa UK, a leading manufacturer of paper based packaging solutions is the first UK manufacturer to achieve Chain of Custody (CoC) certification from the World's top, internationally recognised certification agencies, for its entire UK corrugated and paper manufacturing capacity.
Chain of custody is the path taken by raw materials from the forest to the final consumer including all of the successive stages in between.
UPM, Helsinki, Finland said it would globally implement a generic chain of custody covering all forest certification schemes.
All video frames are encrypted, compressed, and date-and-time stamped, to confirm tenant arrival and departure times, and to establish a legal chain of custody for the video evidence.