guide rope


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a rope used to guide the movement of the load of a crane

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Instead of falling in the direction of the notch and the guide rope, it was falling toward my wife
This is incredible," I thought, as I held my nose to depressurise and followed a guide rope to the ocean floor.
Elsewhere, to keep the more active interested, there was a climbing wall, the Montana Snow centre for keen skiers and snowboarders, and a high-wire adventure, which allows kids of all ages to be attached to a guide rope 30ft up while making their way along a wooden path in the air.
At the end of that guide rope on the arduous trek through new writing development in Wales, Sgript has pretty much kicked the footholes into the rock face of a traditionally insurmountable cliff.
They lost the guide rope somehow and sat together for four hours, just freezing, and it was the boy's idea to get vegetation around them to protect them from the wind.
Lloyd Scott was six days into a 26-mile trek along Loch Ness but lost his guide rope in the blackness and was forced to crawl.
She said: ''They lost the guide rope somehow and sat together for four hours, just freezing.
Clutching the boat's guide rope, I slowly dropped down to the seabed for the first time.
Tenders are invited for Half Lock Coil Galvanised Guide Rope, Size 32Mm
Tenders are invited for Installation Of Guide Rope, Pit Top Fittings, Shaft Lifting Etc At No.
Tenders are invited for Installation Of Shaft 32 Mm Dia Guide Rope Clamping Platform At Pit No 2 Of Dmc Pit, Sodepur Area
Tenders are invited for Changing Of One Guide Rope, Installed At 20/21 Pit Position H Of Man Winding.
Two parties of six went up the mountain to rescue the couple, with one party going above the climbers and setting up a rope system with guide ropes.
The procession lasted for almost 19 hours, having being delayed by defects in the wheels of the andas (carriage), tying of the guide ropes, and the mammoth crowd of more than a million barefooted devotees.