Two poniards, a knotted rope
and a poire d'angoisse.
The moon, who sees many strange things on the Banks, looked down on a slim youth in knickerbockers and a red jersey, staggering around the cluttered decks of a seventy-ton schooner, while behind him, waving a knotted rope
, walked, after the manner of an executioner, a boy who yawned and nodded between the blows he dealt.
And at the very beginning he had securely fastened to one of the small columns a large knotted rope
, one end of which trailed on the flight of steps below.
Receiving an Oklahoma winemaker license: Knotted Rope
Winery, 3-B N.
Authorities seized a duffel bag full of beer cans, bottles of liquor, a smoking pipe, a "pledge test," cleaning supplies and two strands of white knotted rope
, as well as security cameras which may have recorded video from the night in question.
Further, the terms knot and log derived from the practice of using a 'log--usually a piece of wood tied to a knotted rope
as a method of gauging the speed of a ship.
A simple seamed tote with knotted rope
handles makes this bag the perfect choice for a nautical outing
Try using a knotted rope
toy to play with and ask your dog trainer to teach you how to get your dog to "leave".
Linear distance measuring progressed from knotted rope
to graduated tapes and steel bands followed by Invar Wires and Invar Rods/ Tapes for accurate baseline measurement.
Further in is an indoor soccer court, an education and play room where the walls are coloring book patterns, and a climbing wall with a knotted rope
They lowered a knotted rope
into the hole, looped it around the puppy's legs and torso, and pulled him to safety.
Green' wood will naturally dry and shrink as it ages and you run the risk of your eyebolts pulling out, or knotted rope
slipping through, if you don't use large washers on the underside.