trip line


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a light rope used in lumbering to free a dog hook from a log at a distance

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They were the only people to travel down that deserted spur, and the Serb militiaman had set the trip line after they were deployed.
Sidewalk trip lines are defined by ADA as a health hazard which requires municipalities, corporations, communities, etc.
There's nothing in it that can't be seen in other spider constructions, reaching all the way back to the ropy trip lines of the mesotheles.
If any line is crossed, the control and recycle trip lines will be moved to the right by X percent because their position is assumed to be too close to the surge point.
Continuing he states that, "As the security marketplace rapidly moves past legacy video analytics technology which relies on user defined and difficult to maintain rules, trip lines, and restrictions; the market dominance by AISight(TM) requires thoughtful and experienced executive leadership.
Ernie Gaskin's track record holder for the 435m trip lines up in heat two of the Make It Fun Sprint at the Stow tonight, the three heats of which take centre stage on day five of the festival.
AISight's easy installation and setup require no coding of rules or trip lines and no designation or masking of any areas within the camera's field of view.
they'll grow up and catch food such as flies and wasps with the specially-spun trip lines in their webs.
AISight's easy installation and setup require no coding of rules or trip lines and no masking of any areas within the camera's field of view.