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golden chain

see laburnum anagyroides. Called also golden rain.
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Tim Newey, landlord at The Old Swan, said: "We are only too pleased to support local charities and our regulars certainly enjoyed the Golden Chains ale.
The tree look very beautiful, as each branch is laden with a large number of dazzling yellow flowers just like golden chains, when in bloom, she added.
The artist James Earl (1761-1796) painted Elizabeth Courtney (1752-1813) (photo available) of Charleston in 1795 in shimmering silks and golden chains, but also with a fashionable memorial pendant prominently displayed.
The master of ceremonies changed his clothes four times, and every outfit was new and splendid, and each time he also changed jewels, golden chains, pearls, and precious stones.
The Old Swan, in Netherton, has produced 40 nine-gallon barrels of Golden Chains ale in aid of the Mayor of Dudley's charities.
Wince at the pain and confusion in his eyes as golden chains bite deep into the exposed flesh around his neck and ankles.