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Synonyms for harness


put in harness


in harness: working


Synonyms for harness

a support consisting of an arrangement of straps for holding something to the body (especially one supporting a person suspended from a parachute)

stable gear consisting of an arrangement of leather straps fitted to a draft animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart

put a harness



exploit the power of

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control and direct with or as if by reins

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Pure Safety Group (PSG) unveiled two new products to complete its Series line-up of three Guardian Fall Protection safety harnesses, with applications for keeping workers at height safe in many real-life work scenario.
Although not as varied as dog collars and harnesses, this product category for cats offers the same benefits for feline pets.
While you might keep quiet on food, with harnesses and collars, your preference is out there for the world to see.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 17, 2018-Volex to Acquire Cable Harnesses Manufacturer Silcotec Europe
Donkeys in Pakistan have been given soft harnesses and sunhats to ease their burdens.
If it is time for your restraint system to be rejuvenated, you may want to take advantage of the upgrades available, especially if your airplane doesn't have shoulder harnesses installed in all of the seats or it doesn't have at least four-point, inertia-reel harnesses in the front seats.
Front-dip harnesses can help you manage a strong-pulling dog while you work to improve his on-leash behavior.
It's identical to HSS's hunting harnesses but it's not made for hunting, so you don't have to worry about stinking it up with sweat or bug spray.
"Full-body harnesses are genuine working tools that allow you to get on with your job without worrying about safety," said Oscar Ratalino, Research and Development Manager for Capital Safety in Australia & New Zealand.
All harnesses in the line have a maximum weight rating of 300 pounds, and the PRO Harnesses also include a bungee tether line and military-inspired attachment system for complete accessory customization.
Developed following extensive customer research and rigorous field testing to address the challenges associated with putting on traditional harnesses, the H-Design is said to make adjusting straps and buckles faster, while also offering greater freedom of movement.
Like all Tree Spider safety harnesses, it has a bungee tether and vertical climbing loops for a linesmen's climbing belt.
Backpack harnesses are commonly used to attach radio and satellite transmitters to a wide range of bird species for research and conservation management.
"You want the tether to be taut when sitting down," explains Lefemine, who has also tested most safety harnesses. "That way, if you do fall, you won't be three feet underneath your stand."