halyard


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a rope for raising or lowering a sail or flag

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Captain Dettmar, springing aft, lifted the coiled mainsail halyards from their pins and threw them, ready to run, on the deck.
Then it was, the danger past, and as the Kanakas began to coil the halyards back on the pins, that Boyd Duncan went below.
In the meantime Harrison had started out on the halyards.
The halyards slackened, and, though it all happened very quickly, I could see them sag beneath the weight of his body.
He cleared the sheet, and was free to return, slightly downhill now, along the halyards to the mast.
Halyard is pleased to have been selected by HHS to try to help solve this real problem," said Lee Burnes, vice president, research and development at Halyard.
Halyard Health, formerly Kimberly-Clark Health Care, a global medical technology company focused on preventing infection, eliminating pain and speeding recovery, announced the addition of four new Halyard Fluidshield ASTM-rated specialty surgical face masks to its product portfolio.
Dock Street; Windward Way; Bridge Street East; Gray Street; The Halyard, and Partial closure of the Leeway Parking: Town centre car parking will be available.
It is believed that each pole would get a new rope to raise and lower its flag, called a halyard, and an ornamental top called a finial.
DALLAS -- OneSource Virtual (OneSource), a Workday partner, today announced a $15 million investment from Halyard Capital that will support the growth and expansion of OneSource's service offerings and capabilities.
Realize one end of internal jib halyard - line inside the mast that raises the smaller sail on the front of the boat - is lost somewhere inside that mast.
Taghian (breast radiation oncology, Harvard Medical School) and Halyard (radiation oncology, Mayo Clinic) provide clinicians involved in the care of patients receiving radiotherapy, and students, fellows, hospital staff, medical physicists, cancer biologists, radiobiologists, and interdisciplinary colleagues with a compilation of 13 articles on the role of radiation therapy in breast cancer.
I managed to scramble up to the point on the mast where the spinnaker halyard needed freeing.
HALYARD can prove the pick of a rather humdrum day of action by landing the Mercers Law Handicap at Windsor.
Braided nylon is the most popular halyard material for T-top outriggers.