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|Look up ball and chain in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
An iron ball and chain was a physical restraint device historically applied to prisoners, notably in the British Empire and former colonies from the 17th century until as late as the mid 20th century. A recent archaeological find  consists of a sphere of high-grade iron approximately 15cm across and weighing around 8 kg. The chain is of some 90cm length and terminates in a leg iron or shackle.
Other uses 
Ball and chain may also refer to:
- Flail (weapon), a medieval weapon with a spiked ball attached to a handle by a chain
- Significant other, a pejorative term for a significant other who weighs down his or her spouse or partner with restrictions and demands
- Wrecking balls used for demolition of small structures
In media and entertainment 
- Ball & Chain, a 2004 romantic comedy written by Thomas Mortimer
- Ball & Chain, a folkstyle and freestyle wrestling move where the opponents wrist is held between their own legs, making it easier to turn them onto their back
- "Chain Chomp", obstacle enemies from the Mario series of video games
- Panapet, a ball-shaped portable novelty radio on a chain, produced by Panasonic in the early 1970s
In songs 
- "Ball and Chain", a song by a Dutch singer Anouk
- "I Love You Like A Ball and Chain", a song by Eurythmics from their album Be Yourself Tonight, released: May 1985
- "Ball and Chain", a song by Anthony Hamilton from his 2005 album "Soulife"
- "Ball and Chain" (Elton John song), a song by Elton John from his 1982 album Jump Up!, also released as a single
- "Ball and Chain", a song by Live from their earliest album The Death of a Dictionary, when they were known as Public Affection
- "Ball and Chain", a song by XTC from their album English Settlement.
- "Ball and Chain", a song by Murder by Death from their album Red of Tooth and Claw
- "Ball and Chain" (Paul Overstreet song), a song by Paul Overstreet
- "Ball and Chain", a song by Poison from their 1990 album Flesh and Blood
- "The Ball and Chain", a single by house music producer Romanthony
- "Ball and Chain" (Social Distortion song), a 1990 song by Social Distortion from their album Social Distortion
- "Ball and Chain", a song by the band Sublime
- "Ball and Chain", a song by Saga from their album 20/20 (2012)
- "Lucky Ball and Chain", a song by They Might Be Giants from their 1990 album Flood
- "Ball 'n' Chain", a song by Big Mama Thornton, covered by Janis Joplin and Big Brother and the Holding Company
- "Psycho Ball & Chain", a song by the Canadian Psychobilly Band The Creepshow
- "Ball and Chain", a song by Beverly Kenney from the LP "Beverly Kenney Sings for Johnny Smith" (1956)
See also 
- ["Found: The ball and chain that may have condemned a 17th century prisoner to a watery grave in the Thames". Daily Mail, London. 27 August 2009. Retrieved 2013 01 03.
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