guyline

guyline

(ˈɡaɪˌlaɪn)
n
(Mechanical Engineering) another name for guy21
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Its multiple guyline attachments perform well in Patagonia's notoriously windy climate.
In five years Magellan and his father would cease to be on speaking terms, but that week he learned how to choose a campsite, build a fire, and stake a guyline.
When planting in a windy area, staking and guyline systems may be necessary to stabilize your tree.
That way, you can hook a guyline on the pin and it won't slide off.
The first bit, Meteor Shower, shows the corner of a spare apartment with a large open window, through which three tinfoil "meteors," each slightly larger than the last, whimsically float along a guyline into the room.
A fork truck driver had run into a utility-pole guyline, causing the pole to snap.
Finally, saw a stake (the same height as the sidewall) for every guyline on the sidewalls of the tent.
We stayed in as violent gusts of wind shook the tent walls, bowing the poles and pulling the guylines from the sodden sand.
Do the same for the guylines and sleep dreaming of full-curl rams.
Unleashing the pounds 150 tent from its neat carrying case I found easy-to-follow instructions, colour-coded poles, slots and loops and user-friendly guylines and pegs.
Each games compendium contains: A croquet starter set, suitable for all age groups; a badminton set, including poles, net, guylines and racquets; a garden tennis set, including two poles, moulded racquets and short tennis ball; a garden quoits game, lawn horseshoes set and Comeback Tennis - ideal training for lawn tennis, standard tennis racquet required.
It's art," wise-beyond-her-years 16-year-old Maya Griggs later explained with a shrug as we sat beneath the Big Top, a huge blue tarp held aloft and taut by oars and guylines to shelter us from the spitting rain.