tacking


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a loose temporary sewing stitch to hold layers of fabric together

(nautical) the act of changing tack

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Then why, instead of tacking so frequently, do you not sail nearer the wind?
The Assisted Sail Trim consists of three OEM packages that offer sensor-guided, push-button sail control operated from a cockpit display: The Auto-Tacking base package adjusts the headsail for the new tack while you steer through the maneuver; The Auto Trim is the perfect complement to Auto Tacking letting you set the initial trim and press the button to engage Auto Trim so the system can monitor apparent wind for perfect sail trim.
Tacking is a principle in trademark law that permits owners of a mark to make changes to it while retaining the priority date of the original.
Summary: Tacking is a principle in trademark law that permits owners of a mark to make changes to it while retaining the priority date of the .
Is a noncorrosive, room temperature vulcanization silicone material designed for wire tacking, selective sealing, vibration dampening, and rework/repair.
Next, fix felt along the gable ends and eave, tacking more closely at around 100mm.