eyehook

eye·hook

 (ī′ho͝ok′)
n.
A hook attached to a ring at the end of a rope or chain.

eyehook

(ˈaɪˌhʊk)
n
(Mechanical Engineering) a hook attached to a ring at the extremity of a rope or chain
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The window in this place is so nice--they are on hinges, they rise up and hook to the rafters by an eyehook.
She had strung the line from an eyehook above the door to a narrow, anemic tree just over the wall, and it was cutting through the bark, bleeding a weak, dark sap down the trunk.
When you fabricate or purchase tooling baskets, be sure the handles are tall enough to extend above the surface of the hot cleaning solution and incorporate an eyehook to lift with an overhead chain hoist.
To use the shield, remove the eyehook seals and slip the shield over the two lifting rings, laying it flat on the oil cooler frame.
Be sure to replace the eyehook seals after using the shield.
The wire lift rod should move smoothly through the hole in the plug when you grasp the eyehook end of the rod.
Seams are outward facing to ensure comfort after surgery, and double sets of eyehooks offer extra adjustability and ease of fit.
Measure two equal-length pieces of chain for the lower shutter and use eyehooks to attach one end of each chain to a top corner of the shutter and the other end to the window frame of the house, pre-drilling the holes.
Even though they are now secured with heavy cable and eyehooks, Charlie and friends have been targeted more than once by vandals, most recently about five years ago.