Definition of Chainwork. Meaning of Chainwork. Synonyms of Chainwork

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Definition of Chainwork

Chainwork
Chainwork Chain"work`, n. Work looped or linked after the manner of a chain; chain stitch work.

Meaning of Chainwork from wikipedia

- Museums Sheffield escutcheon watercolour. Museums Sheffield chainwork 1. Museums Sheffield chainwork 2. Museums Sheffield helmet watercolour. Way 1855, p. 16...
- use of the works' output. Pontypridd was well known for the Brown Lenox Chainworks, which during the 19th century was the town's main industrial employer...
- taught her". Philippine Star. Retrieved January 28, 2021. "Geography". CHAINworks. Camella Homeowners ****ociation, Inc. Retrieved 14 February 2015. "Mr...
- Brown Lenox & Co Ltd was a company that created chains (a chainworks) and anchors, with factories in Millwall and Pontypridd, founded by Samuel Brown and...
- Bridezilla. It was released on 24 November 2007 "Brown Paper Bag" - (3:06) "Chainwork" - (4:51) "Saint Francine" - (4:31) "Mr. Young" - (4:35) "Forbidden Holiday"...
- Tees. It is Britain's 2nd oldest suspension bridge relying on original chainwork after the union bridge over the River Tweed. The village has a public...
- hanging bowl when buried. Nothing else survives. The m**** of corroded chainwork discovered six feet away, which survives only in illustrations by Jewitt...
- to the ends of the choir, the nave, and the cross bars. The great iron chainwork upholding the four large pillars of the transept running the length of...
- full dress helmet had a white-over-red plume, blue turban and silver chainwork; the trumpeters and farriers wore tall bearskin caps with plume and a...
- workforce elected him to the position of chief surgeon at the Brown Lenox Chainworks in Pontypridd; he sta**** in this job till 1871. In June 1823 he was also...