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Synonyms for anchor

to make secure

Synonyms for anchor

a central cohesive source of support and stability

a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute

fix firmly and stably

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secure a vessel with an anchor

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At the time of initial installation, gates are hardened by adding a steel robe housing numerous steel cables that engages with precast concrete anchors upon impact.
Central Electrofusion Flex Restraints were used on 63" HDPE pipe manufactured by KWH Pipe and supplied b y C R Wall company to control placement of concrete anchors in a chilled water supply line submerged in the Great Lakes.
Because of the risk of the pipe cracking, NW is now re-fixing and strengthening the two concrete anchors, and replacing the section of sewage pipe which crosses the river.
Because of the risk of the pipe cracking, NW is now fixing and strengthening the two concrete anchors, and replacing the section of sewage pipe which crosses the river.
Some sheds have concrete anchors attached to the floor - these are ideal to latch and lock your bikes to, or other items such as lawnmowers.
com)-- Starborn[R] Industries, a leading manufacturer and international distributor of premium fastener products, has introduced a new small retail pack program for two well-known ITW Buildex[R] products: Tapcon[R] concrete anchors and E-Z Ancor[R] self-drilling drywall anchors.
Choose a shaded area to help keep equipment from getting too hot in the sun, and be careful to sink concrete anchors below the ground.
The Rockford, IL operation, which sells prepackaged products such as bolts, screws, washers, hex nuts and concrete anchors, has operated under the brand FAS-N-IT.
Their entry into the concrete weighting business in Africa came following the award of a major contract to custom fabricate specialty concrete anchors on the Isle of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea, West Africa.