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chain

In video games, to successfully execute two or more moves or combinations of moves in succession. I've been practicing chaining combos in Street Fighter lately, and I've gotten pretty good at it. This power-up lets you chain super-powerful moves together for a short period of time.
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chain

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chain

verb
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Of the twelve prisoners who had been chained ahead of me each alternate one had been freed commencing with Dian.
Simon next walked up to the place where Emmeline was sitting, chained to another woman.
And you, you old yellow poco moonshine!" he said, giving a shove to the mulatto woman to whom Emmeline was chained, "don't you carry that sort of face!
Two alternative and compatible strategies for doing this are chained emulation and rehosted emulation.
Armed guards and panting dogs watch intently over the chained men.
In the past, whenever there was snow in the forecast and on every Friday night all the trucks in the fleet had to be chained up just in case the snow did materialize.