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SHY
LOAD
LOADING
UNEVEN BARS
SAIL
SAILING
TIPS
CLIMBERS
CLIMBING
WEAVING
CLOTH
DOCK
BOAT
STRING
FIRST PLACE
MOORING
ANCHOR
LOOPS
SPAR
TAUT LINE HITCH
MARK SET
WRAPPING
FASTER WAY
COMMON KNOT
TAUT-LINE HITCH
FLY FISHING
STANDING PART
BLOOD KNOT
UNEQUAL SIZE
ROPE ENDS
OVERHAND
TAUTLINE HITCH
SECOND ALL-TIME
UNROLL
SWIVELS
GLUE LANGUAGE
EASE
UNTYING
HOJOJUTSU
SEASON
RECORD SET
USEFUL KNOTS
USEFUL KNOT
PRATT KNOT
COMPLETE BOOK
FISHING KNOTS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Tying is another technique of fastening the three layers together (and is not a form of quilting at all).
  2. In knot tying, the standing end of a rope is the end of the rope that does not have the knot in it.
  3. Knot tying is an essential skill for anyone interested in camping, boating or other outdoor activities where rope is required.
  4. Knot tying is a lot of fun, but there is also a serious side to it.
  5. Knot tying is a key skill that scouts need to develop.

Shy

  1. Gordon extended his winless streak to 24 races, keeping him one shy of tying the late Dale Earnhardt for sixth on NASCAR's all-time list with 76.
  2. Shares the league lead with two shorthanded goals, one shy of tying the NHL record for one playoff year.

Load

  1. Tying a Prusik Knot will enable you to raise a rope or drag up load.
  2. If you are tying a rolling hitch to hold up a load you should put the end of the rope holding the load away from the double loop.
  3. I'm looking for the "best" knots for the following job: I'm tying down a load (let's say a motorcycle) in the back of my pickup.

Loading

  1. Create a loop by tying the ends together with a double fisherman's or figure 8 follow through, which is easier to untie after loading.
  2. As long as the trailer and tow vehicle are on level terrain, loading and tying down a 650-pound Harley can also be handled solo.

Uneven Bars

  1. She became an individual World Champion a few days later, however, on the uneven bars, tying with teammate Hollie Vise.

Sail

  1. Can also be used for tying the reefing points on a sail when the wind blows up and used to tie a triangular bandage.

Sailing

  1. Use it primarily in sailing for non-critical purposes such as tying the sail cover to the mainsail.
  2. Many sports, such as rock climbing and sailing, are very dependent on effective knot tying and rope use.

Tips

  1. Tie a necktie with tips from a knot tying specialist in this free video on tying ties.
  2. Illustrated instructions on tying a necktie, along with tips on caring, wearing, and purchasing these accessories.
  3. Watch this instructional knot tying video and acquire the tips to master the sheet bend knot for boating.

Climbers

  1. Knot tying skills are often transmitted by sailors, scouts, climbers, cavers, arborists, rescue professionals, fishermen, and surgeons.

Climbing

  1. Learn how to tie a correct Double Prusik knot for hiking, climbing, or sailing in this free knot tying video clip.
  2. Learn how to tie a correct double overhand knot for hiking, climbing, or sailing in this free knot tying video clip.
  3. Learn how to tie a correct constrictor knot variation in this free video clip on knot tying for hiking, climbing and sailing.

Weaving

  1. Expressions handed down from the heathen time and preserved in Old English documents characterise Vyrd as tying the threads or weaving the web of fate (Cod.
  2. A person's proficient in knot tying, splicing, weaving and coiling separates the seasoned ropeman from a rank novice.

Cloth

  1. Quilt Quilting is a method of sewing or tying two layers of cloth with a layer of insulating batting in between.
  2. The knot lies flat when made with cloth and has been used for tying bandages for millennia.

Dock

  1. WHARF - A man-made structure bonding the edge of a dock and built along or at an angle to the shoreline, used for loading, unloading, or tying up vessels.

Boat

  1. The first turn around the piling is usually enough to hold the boat, keeping everything in place while you finish tying the knot.

String

  1. It is often used in such places as the end of a string when tying a package with a slipknot or in the end of a rope forming a loop.
  2. The term bight is used in knot tying to refer to any curved section, slack part, or loop between the two ends of a rope, string, or yarn.
  3. Tying a flat knot is great for making bracelets or necklaces, as this knot is a decorative way to thicken up a piece of string or rope.

First Place

  1. The Steelers made the playoffs for the first time in 1947, tying for first place in the division at 8-4 with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Mooring

  1. A clove hitch is a simple knot sailors use for tying up to a mooring or for securing fenders to a rail or stanchions.
  2. As such, their uses include the tethering of animals, the mooring of small boats and the tying of rigging or sails aboard ships.

Anchor

  1. The clove hitch is used to clip into a carabiner attach to an anchor without actually tying a knot, easy to adjust the length without unclipping.
  2. Fisherman's Bend The Fisherman's Bend knot is a knot for tying a warp (rope) to an anchor.
  3. It's good for mooring a boat to a dock, fastening a anchor line to an anchor, tying a towline, etc.

Loops

  1. As a general rule, longer loops are preferable over shorter ones, as a loop can always be shortened by tying a knot in it.
  2. Learn how to tie a Spanish Bowline - a good way of tying a bowline with two loops.
  3. Tying a square knot the right way means pulling two loops together.

Spar

  1. The best knot for tying a line to a ring, a spar, or anything that is round is a clove hitch.
  2. Dispose the end by tying a clove hitch on the other spar.

Taut Line Hitch

  1. The taut line hitch has many uses such as tying a tarp to trees with rope.

Mark Set

  1. The two were stroke for stroke the entire race, but Peirsol lunged to the wall just ahead of Lochte, tying the mark set by Lochte in Australia.

Wrapping

  1. Use them for tying a bandage around a limb, clinching a sack closed, holding the wrapping around a parcel, or holding the strands of a rope together.
  2. It may be formed with a working end by first tying a basic constrictor knot (5) and then wrapping and tucking one of the ends as shown (6-7).
  3. Keep wrapping until you get to the laces you added, then just tie them off like you were tying your shoe.

Faster Way

  1. It is a faster way of tying the knot.

Common Knot

  1. This is the most common knot for tying two lines of same or of different sizes.

Taut-Line Hitch

  1. When tying the other end to a stake, however, you will want to use a taut-line hitch.

Fly Fishing

  1. Here are a few basic steps to follow when tying all knots for fly fishing.
  2. Surgeon's knots are used in fly fishing, in tying quilts, and for tying knots with twine.
  3. A Fly Fishing 101 primer which outlines everything you need to get started into fly fishing and fly tying.

Standing Part

  1. It is made by tying a Rolling hitch around the standing part after passing around an anchor object.

Blood Knot

  1. The Blood Knot This fishing knot is used for tying two pieces of monofilament together of relatively equal diameters.
  2. In tying the blood knot, the two lines to be joined are overlapped for 6-8 cm with the short ends of the two lines in opposite directions.

Unequal Size

  1. The single sheet bend, sometimes called a weaver's knot, has two major uses: tying together two ropes of unequal size and tying a rope to an eye.

Rope Ends

  1. This is a knot for tying two rope ends together.
  2. The overhand bend is formed by holding two rope ends next to each other and tying an overhand knot in them as if they were a single line.

Overhand

  1. Tying it over an object that is open at one end is done by dropping one overhand and one underhand loop over the post and drawing them together.
  2. Overhand (Figure G-2). This is the simple knot that most people tie everyday as the first half of tying their shoes.

Tautline Hitch

  1. Tautline Hitch For tying a rope to a tree or post.
  2. Tying: Tie an adjustable grip hitch, tautline hitch, or Tarbuck knot to a post or other fixed object.

Second All-Time

  1. The winner ran 1 3-16 miles in 1:55.47, giving Baffert his fifth Preakness victory, tying him with D. Wayne Lukas for second all-time.

Unroll

  1. The Clove Hitch looks neater (!) but it has a tendancy to unroll, and can be difficult to tie tightly when tying off.

Swivels

  1. It is also one of the safest knots to have when tying to singular hooks, swivels and lures.
  2. It's the knot to use for tying fishing line to hooks, lures, swivels or flies.

Glue Language

  1. Perl is often used as a glue language, tying together systems and interfaces that were not specifically designed to interoperate, and for "data munging", ie.

Ease

  1. Speed and ease of tying: Often times you will need to be able to tie or untie a knot quickly.
  2. The advantages of this hitch over others which might serve the purpose are its quickness of tying and ease of releasing.
  3. These factors along with its ease of tying have made it popular with climbers.

Untying

  1. It serves to join the ends of two ropes, and has the advantage of strength and ease of tying and untying.
  2. For simplicities sake, use a figure eight on a bight unless your program requires tying and untying many intermittent bight knots.

Hojojutsu

  1. Hojojutsu (the art of tying a person with a rope) is used along side the Taijutsu, to help restrain the opponent.
  2. Hojojutsu (the art of tying someone with a rope) is used along side the Taijutsu, to help restrain the opponent.

Season

  1. Dale Earnhardt Jr.s victory at Daytona last week was the third in a row for Chevrolet, tying its second-highest winning streak of the season.
  2. It was his sixth win of the season, and his sixth at Lowe's, tying him with Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip for all-time wins at the track.
  3. He became the fourth first-time winner this season, tying the modern-era record set in 1988 and following Matt Kenseth, Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Record Set

  1. Driving an "iron grey" painted Kellogg's Monte Carlo, Labonte drove in his 513th straight race, tying the record set by Richard Petty.

Useful Knots

  1. From tying up a serial killer to marking your luggage, here are some of our best posts on useful knots and how to tie them.

Useful Knot

  1. The Sheet Bend is a useful knot for tying two ropes together, even when rope sizes and materials differ greatly.
  2. A useful knot for general purposes, it is used mainly for tying bandages.

Pratt Knot

  1. The Pratt knot is a method of tying a tie around one's neck and collar.
  2. The instructions for tying a Pratt knot (Shelby knot) are shown below.

Complete Book

  1. From the Back Cover The Complete Book of Knots provides easy-to-follow instructions for selecting and tying more than 100 of the most useful knots.

Fishing Knots

  1. Its all about Knots, knot tying, rope knots, fishing knots,.

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