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key chain

or key·chain  (kē′chān′)
n.
1. A chain made of small metal or plastic beads linked tightly together and that opens and closes with a clasping mechanism, along which one or more keys can be threaded.
2. A key ring and key fob or ornament, especially when linked by a short segment of chain.
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