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tackle

1. any mechanical system for lifting or pulling, esp an arrangement of ropes and pulleys designed to lift heavy weights
2. Nautical the halyards and other running rigging aboard a vessel
3. American football a defensive lineman

tackle

[′tak·əl or ′tāk·əl (naval usage)]
(mechanical engineering)
Any arrangement of ropes and pulleys to gain a mechanical advantage.
(naval architecture)
An assemblage of lines and blocks in which the line passes through more than one block.

tackle

tackle
A mechanism for shifting, raising, or lowering objects or materials, such as a rope and pulley block or an assembly of ropes and pulley blocks.
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Ouija Board's owner and trainer have been commended for keeping her going until the age of five, but when you have a male horse with no wedding tackle, there's little pressure to send him in to retirement, even at the age of eight.
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Implying a certain limpness of wedding tackle is pretty crushing, but saying a man smells, now that really is damning.
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But still he's seen, among the people who allude to "our boys" as some kind of champion dispossessed by Johnny Foreigner who can't understand that having a boot in your wedding tackle is British sportsmanship.
TheRecord reported this week that there is a link between the size of testicles and brains,based on a study of bats - the smaller the brain the bigger the wedding tackle.
The loincloths are inspired by different world cultures and have their own saucy names, such as Wedding Tackle, Southern Balls, Weapons - and even The Jock, with a Scottish theme.
Hart Of Gold shaped with plenty of potential on his first two outings before going backwards, but the wedding tackle was removed after a poor third run, and he returned with a battling win at Wolverhampton earlier in the month.
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