Manila rope


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Manila rope

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Manilla rope

n
rope of Manila hemp
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Hans and Pete moved along the bank, snubbing with a thin Manila rope from tree to tree, while Thornton remained in the boat, helping its descent by means of a pole, and shouting directions to the shore.
People are familiar with such items as Manila paper and Manila rope, which has been part of the international trader's lexicon in the last 500 years.
The KP government has purchased 50 new nooses from Lahore with 75,000 rupees cost to replace the old nooses of Manila rope that were bought for the prisons 75 years ago in year 1940 during the British colonial period.
The hay rope (3/4-inch manila rope, about 150 feet long) ran along the track through a series of heavy pulleys, one at the end of the barn, one on the cell near the corner of the barn and one on the base of the barn anchored by a post.
I have heard of folks using manila rope coated with linseed oil to fill in the gaps, because unlike wood slivers, glues or synthetic fillers, the rope will stay pliable as the boards expand and contract with the seasons.
A manila rope made by inmates of Buxar Central Jail is generally used for hanging.
Drift by Troy Lighting departs from traditional chandelier designs and artistically blends modern white pearl glassware, hand-forged iron, natural Manila rope and driftwood made out of bronze in silver leaf finish.
In May 2012, I put out my first vertical heavy manila rope sets with the bottom ends dipped in preorbital lure.
The raw materials from which Bollinger constructed his most characteristic works include aluminum piping, cyclone fencing, manila rope, rubber hose, and steel barrels.
Nautical-inspired "Hung" mirror of water jet-cut glass with Manila rope ($350; Qraindesign.com)
And an Edge Retention Tester was utilized to record the number of strokes through a continuously-fed 3/4-inch Manila rope before the shaving sharp edge failed.
In Manillakoysi (1957; The Manila Rope), the main character deserts, taking with him a rope for which he is willing to risk his life, though he has no use for the rope.