cable chain

cable chain

[′kā·bəl ‚chān]
(naval architecture)
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While you're there, check out the Bonne Chance Necklace by Caramel, made with vintage jetons, which are mother-of-pearl gaming chips, set with white sapphires on a cable chain.
Fortified with a hybrid cable chain and non-slip slats on b the foot platform, this climber offers a great combination of safety and comfort.
These five persons were crossing river Neelum on their way from Kel Seri to village Lari with the help of cable chain. The chain broke all of a sudden and all of them fell into river.
Stylishly personal, this diamond pendant (7/16-inch) features four round diamonds set in the letter of your choice, with a matching 16-inch cable chain necklace.
Cavotec will manufacture explosion-proof (Zone 21) Atex cable and hose reels, medium voltage cables, one Brevetti stainless steel circular power cable chain and related material.
"Famously the Black Country forge, Hingley & Son, produced Titanic's anchor and cable chain while J Hudsons in Birmingham made all the officer's whistles.
As he recuperated in February, Corey's older brother Charlie borrowed the bike to visit the gym at the Village Hotel in Dolomite Avenue and locked it up using a cable chain. But thieves cut through the lock with bolt cutters and stole the bike.
His bicycle had a cable chain wrapped near the seat.
As he recuperated, Corey's older brother Charlie borrowed the bike to visit the gym at the Village Hotel in Dolomite Avenue and locked it up using a cable chain.