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n. [Latin] A series of links or rings connected and fitted into one another for use or ornament;â€”a fetter or manacle;â€”a neck ornament;â€”a range as of mountains;â€”a succession of events or ideas;â€”a line for measuring land, being 100 links, equal to 66 feet;â€”a strong iron plate bolted to a ship's side.
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