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daisy chain

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdaisy chainˈdaisy chain noun [countable]  DHTdaisies attached together into a string that you can wear around your neck or wrist
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daisy chainWe were all linked in a vast and rhythmic coincidence, a daisy chain of rumor, suspicion and secret wish.He got out the cheating stick and clipped the peg, swarming up in a daisy chain of quick-draws.Have you ever made a daisy chain?
From Longman Business Dictionarydaisy chainˈdaisy chain noun [countable] FINANCE a situation in the stockmarket when dealers buy and sell to each other so that investors will think that there is a lot of trading in the market. This will encourage investors to invest and prices to rise
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