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Synonyms for halyard

a rope for raising or lowering a sail or flag


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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.
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.
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Acquisition of Halyard Health Business: The proposed acquisition of the surgical and infection prevention business of Halyard Health offers OMI the opportunity to increase its scale and profitability by expanding the portfolio of products it can distribute through its existing markets and to open new channels.
2 November 2017 - US-based medical technology company Halyard Health, Inc.
Target: Halyard Health/Surgical and Infection Prevention business
Halyard Health is one of the manufacturers committed to developing options to meet the needs of different institutions in ways that are both individualized and all-encompassing.
Abernathy has led major medical businesses in North America and Europe with Halyard Health, Inc.
Just ease the main halyard and pull down the sail to a reefing cringle on both ends and you're finished.
Halyard Health, a producer of surgical gowns, drapes, sterile wraps and apparel, announced in May that it formed a license and supply agreement with Sustainable Solutions LLC to convert recycled Halyard Wrap, made of SMS nonwoven fabric, into environmentally conscious products for healthcare facilities.
Kimberly-Clark Corporation today announced it will challenge the recent verdict in a California class action lawsuit involving MicroCool surgical gowns sold by Halyard Health, its former health care business.
Halyard Australia, formerly Kimberly-Clark Health Care, a medical technology company, has presented Starlight Children's Foundation with a $10,000 donation as healthcare workers across Australia and New Zealand supported the company's call to help raise money for sick children.
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Smiths Medical, Halyard Health, Inc.