(ˈɪnˌhɔːl) or


(Nautical Terms) nautical a line for hauling in a sail
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also in′haul`er,

a line for hauling in a sail, spar, etc., for storage after use.
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Liu, "A kind of reducing vibration with inhaul cable for passive spring damping negative stiffness damper: China," Patent 201510059994.9, 2015.
Time elements of a skidding cycle included outhaul, grapple, inhaul, and delay times.
Repair work will be carried out on the three hot blast stoves, inhaul conveyor systems and the high level bunkers.