trip line


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Noun1.trip line - a light rope used in lumbering to free a dog hook from a log at a distancetrip line - a light rope used in lumbering to free a dog hook from a log at a distance
rope - a strong line
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Travelers can also call the toll-free TRIP line at 866-976-TRIP (8747) for the latest travel and toll information.
When you want to leave, you simply slip the Med Hook down the other boat's chain, lift the chain while you retrieve your own anchor, and then use the trip line to release the chain.
In the instant it took for Blanc to realize that he'd been caught by a trip line, there was a tremendous flash followed by an ear-splitting explosion that rocked the armoured carrier.
Para-Techs are reinforced nylon fabric; they come with a stow bag (shown at right), a shackle and a trip line (the anchors must be retrieved back-end first).
Described as "the smart alternative to a trip line," AnchorRescue is an easy-to-install, easy-to-use anchor retrieval system designed for use on both powerboats and sailboats up to 60 ft.
The anchor has a trip line, at left, which permits easy retrieval, back end first.
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