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at the end of your tether

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restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain) used to restrain an animal

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tie with a tether

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The egg mass is anchored to the substrate by a tether constructed by incorporating sediment particles into a long gelatinous axial extension of the terminal end of the mass (Fig.
On its dive to the Challenger Deep, Nereus spent more than 10 hours on the bottom, sending live video back to the ship through its fiber-optic tether and collecting geological and biological samples with its manipulator arm.
We search for those ideas worldwide that may make a tremendous difference and whose time has come to bring them to the near side as fast as possible," Tether said.
Her former boyfriend Michael Cresswell, previously known as Michael Smith, was jailed for 22 months in 2006 after High Court judges ruled he had caused Tether actual bodily harm by cutting her hair.
Lisa Hennessey, defending Cresswell, said his grandmother, who had been a central figure in his upbringing, had died just before the ponytail incident and he had been told Miss Tether had started seeing another man.
The researchers are also tweaking their system to tether glutamate to normal receptors without a cysteine mutation, notes Trauner.
Please keep in mind that they were not designed as a training tool and if an animal falls back or pulls hard on the tether the snaps may break, but this is the same as any lead rope.
Tether said that when he took over a year ago, the administration gave him the goal of getting DARPA back to what it was, a hotbed of advanced science and technology development, and away from the product-improvement efforts the agency had been pressured into pursuing.
Is it safer to get the kind of car seat with a top tether that anchors to the back of the seat?
This tether produces thrust when it interacts with the Earth's magnetic field and the ionized gases, or plasma, in the upper atmosphere.
NASA plans to lasso energy from the Earth's atmosphere with a tether as part of the first demonstration of a propellant-free space propulsion system, potentially leading to a revolutionary space transportation system.
So far only Marks and Spencer has declared itself `stall & tether free' although according to CIWF other companies are making welcome progress.
The terminator tether is something of a departure for the firm, which employs around 30 people.