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# ketting in English:

## 1. necklace

Tom sold the necklace to Mary for a very low price.
Tom made a necklace for Mary.
The necklace is cheap at a hundred dollars.
She tried to persuade him to buy her a pearl necklace.
Tom is the only person who could have stolen Mary's necklace.
This necklace is so beautiful that I'd like to buy in for my wife.
a pearl necklace
Is this necklace expensive?
This necklace of Jane's is a gift from her grandmother.
This necklace is beautiful
I normally wear a necklace when I go out.
Somebody stole my necklace.
I like your necklace. Is it new?
This evening the princess had a valuable necklace
Mum was wearing her new necklace with her black dress to go out for dinner.

13. Fashion (2)

## 2. chain

Animals in a zoo always wear a chain.
He's a chain smoker.
The world's tropical rainforests are critical links in the ecological chain of life on the planet.
you broke the chain
The chain of crimes are thought to have been committed by the same man.
A totally ordered set is often called a "chain".
What is your favourite convenience store chain?
This software carries out Markov Chain Monte Carlo calculations by the use of Gibbs Sampling.
In a horrifying chain of events, Christopher Columbus once bit his own lip.
The probability of this chain of events is one in two million flights - about once every two months at current levels of air traffic.
An example of rust is what happens to the chain on a bike that's been left out in the rain all winter.
Definition on a bicycle, the chain is the set of linked metal rings which connect the pedals to the back wheel and help make the bicycle move
When do you want to get this chain conveyor?
1. He broke that guy's arm, stole his chain. / 2. You could exchange this chain for several necklaces.
Did he take his job? "Yes, he is located higher up in the food chain."