chainlet

chainlet

(ˈtʃeɪnlət)
n
obsolete a small chain of hotels, shops, etc
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What Goes Around Comes Around, a New York boutique, became a chainlet, expanding to Miami Beach and Los Angeles.
The other deal was inked by Portland-based chainlet Sizzle Pie and also exclusively leased by M Properties Group.
She views Charlotte and Dolly as a modern-day Demeter-and-Persephone pairing, who are connected by similarities in physical and scenic description, noting, for example, that their common color is Nabokov's above-mentioned aquamarine: Lolita has "a large beautifully cut aquamarine on a silver chainlet [.
Meanwhile, the local outpost of Maifrett is the original location of what is now a chainlet of chocolatiers across France.
Portland-based pizza chainlet Sizzle Pie has just announced its first New York City location, a 6,000 s/f space right off of the Morgan L in Bushwick.
Their common color is aquamarine--Lolita has a "a large beautifully cut aquamarine on a silver chainlet [.
He gave four 9-letter examples: CALLIOPES, CHAINLETS, FLEETNESS and TRUANCIES.
It is precisely this Newtonian-Laplacian linearity and fixity that Carlyle is castigating in "On History," when he attacks some historians for merely tracking "chains," or chainlets, of "causes and effects.
Alas for our 'chains,' or chainlets, of 'causes and effects.