Tackle fall

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the rope, or rather the end of the rope, of a tackle, to which the power is applied.

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And when you are right in between situations like this the disadvantage of heavier tackle falls away since sailfish are feeding and carried away by their own adrenaline as their sails fall along the side of their body only to pop back up at a seconds notice.
The Health and Safety Executive is consulting outdoor activity centres about the new directive brought in to tackle falls in the workplace.
''Reconstruction of the economy through drastic structural reforms is the best way to tackle falls in stock prices,'' a market source said.