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come·a·long

or come-a·long  (kŭm′ə-lŏng′)
n.
A hand winch used in pulling, tightening, and straightening, having two cables that are hooked to two objects, such as fence posts, and then ratcheted from opposite directions onto a central spool.
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Butwehave comealong way and Ido not thinkwecan function on suchapremise.
Youwaitdecades fora TripleCr own winnerandthen two comealong at once.
Anyone who has stories to tell about their war years, souvenirs they can lend us, or anyone who would like to comealong for the special memory lane event that is being organised should ring 01543 370737, or e-mail graham.