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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 Tether account that got hacked was a multisig wallet with three to four different keys.
Meanwhile, the mass of tethers is far less than that of satellites.
Tether provides a secure platform that allows deposited US dollars (and soon euros, Japanese yen and other fiat currencies) to be tethered and converted into a 1-to-1 backed digital currency called tether USDT.
The activity proposes to design an appropriately light and strong tether that is also extremely elastic and to test its strength and elastic properties in a laboratory.
Currently E-sail tethers are made of 25-50 [micro]m aluminium wires, which are ultrasonically bonded together to form multifilament tethers.
Coil Tethers are a high-quality tether solution designed to stay out of the way when not needed.
It also features a full range of basic tethers and ProCases, a selection for larger gear such as rangefinders and GPS systems.
com)-- The budget friendly Tether Alarm from Southern Imperial can be reset multiple times, and works by simply threading your current tether through the alarm box.
3) Do adults in the laboratory respond to manipulation of water flow by altering basic properties of egg masses or tethers and by adjusting the force needed to dislodge an egg mass from the substrate?
The last space shuttle--tether experiment, which unspooled about 12 miles of cable, generated thousands of volts of electrical potential and kilowatts of power, burned through the insulation of the cable, and generated a tremendous explosive arc of electricity, that snapped the tether.
This illustrates the sort of injuries animals kept on tethers can sustain and is a perfect example of why the RSPCA does not approve of tethering.
You may not have a choice; most new child-safety seats will be equipped with not only top tethers but a lower anchorage system as well.
6] The thickened filum tethers the conus medullaris to the sacrum, preventing rostral ascension of the cord as the child grows.
Future experiments are in the works to show that tethers can raise the orbit of a spacecraft as well.
are experimenting with tethers as part of a continuing effort to reduce the cost of space transportation dramatically.