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Synonyms for halter

harness

Synonyms for halter

rope or canvas headgear for a horse, with a rope for leading

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a rope that is used by a hangman to execute persons who have been condemned to death by hanging

a woman's top that fastens behind the back and neck leaving the back and arms uncovered

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either of the rudimentary hind wings of dipterous insects

hang with a halter

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prevent the progress or free movement of

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They added: "You saw us at the memorial service in Haltern and the memorial in Cologne.
Two members of the ensemble, violinist Christel Decker and pianist Peter Lauterbach, are music teachers at Joseph Konig Gymnasium in Haltern, the high school attended by the 16 students and two Spanish teachers who were killed.
A visibly shaken mayor of Haltern summed up the mood when he said: "This is pretty much the worst thing you can imagine.
Officials believe 67 Germans were on board, including the 16 high school students from Haltern and two opera singers.
The pupils, from Joseph Konig school in Haltern am See in western Germany, were flying home after a week-long exchange with students at a school near Barcelona.
Es asi como a mediados de los anos noventa surge la denominada "version estandar" del deficit democratico en la UE, en la que se hace un intento por recoger los argumentos expuestos por analistas, politicos, medios de comunicacion y la opinion publica en general que apuntan hacia una critica de la democracia en la Union Europea (Weiler, Haltern y Mayer, 1995).
Holwerda (figure 1) had just learned to recognize postholes at the excavations of the Roman-Germanic Commission (Romisch-Germanische Kommission) in Haltern (Germany); Van Giffen, who was his junior assistant at the time, supposedly had a much better eye for reading and interpreting the soil.
Weiler, Ulrich Haltern, and Franz Mayer, European Democracy and Its Critique: Five Uneasy Pieces, EUI [European University Institute] Working Paper no.
Tomando-se um caminho diferente dos debates sobre o deficit democratico europeu (Weiler, Haltern e Mayer 1995, Follesdall e Hix 2005, Majone 1998, Moravcsik 2002), e mesmo em meio a crise economica, seria possivel identificar sociedades europeias mais conscientes da importancia politica da UE para a sua politica domestica e no contexto internacional?
Another popular destination for Silesians was Annaberg bei Haltern, a hilltop chapel dedicated to St.
Weiler and Haltern have once persuasively argued that the question whether EU law is constitutional or international law poses a false dichotomy, as it can be both at the same time.
The bus, operated by a Hanover firm, was said to be returning home from a day trip to the picturesque small town of Haltern am See in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
On leaving Hong Kong he was posted back to Germany to take over as Commandant of Haltern, a NATO Training Area in Nord Rhine Westphalen, a position he held until his retirement three years later.