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Chain reflex

chain reflex n.
A series of reflexes, each serving as a stimulus for the next.


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    to cut or cut down (lumber, a tree, etc.) with a chain saw. to use a chain saw. a power saw, usually portable, having teeth set on an endless chain. noun a motor-driven saw, usually portable, in which the cutting teeth form links in a continuous chain

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