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.