chainette

chainette

[chā′net]
(invertebrate zoology)
In some cestodes, a longitudinal row of similar spines, usually with lateral winglike expansions, found near the base of the tentacles.
(mathematics)
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The outfit used a sparse amount of fringe, usually chainette, rosettes, and ribbons.
He is wearing cloth applique aprons and yoke trimmed in chainette fringe.
With its lightweight feel and flattering shape, the Tie-Front Cardigan makes summer dressing a breeze while the Chainette Hoodie is the perfect cover-up for a t-shirt and jeans.
New addition to the slick and stylish local Orange Tree gastropub chainette.
1), and this consists of three elements: sash material, Chainette fringe, and a pair of beaded tubes.
It's another of their joint Orange Tree ventures with M&B -a mini chainette which includes the Cock at Wishaw and, er, this one.
She carries a traditional shawl with chainette fringe and an immature golden eagle tail fan.
The dancer on the left has chainette fringe, the dancer's dress in the middle has curving shapes rather than a straight hem and the dancer on the left has a geometric deviation of the same.
Portofino's shiny offering include 18- and 13-inch pillow in framed, allover, chainette fringed and gold corded constructions.
The company noted that Culver's primary products are specialty threads including fine denier spooled nylon threads, rayon threads, and chainette threads.
La fouille a permis la saisie de 37 comprimes de Viagra, des produits pharmaceutiques fortifiants, 580 paires de lunettes, 6 telephones portables et un lot de metal jaune compose de 63 chainettes et 11 ceintures plaque-or, 1.