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belay

Mountaineering the attachment (of a climber) to a mountain by tying the rope off round a rock spike, piton, nut, etc., to safeguard the party in the event of a fall
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13 January 2017 - US-based professional services group Miles Advisory Group unit has created virtual staffing solutions brand Belay by combining existing operating units, the group said.
Miles merged his successful operating units into one full-service virtual staffing solutions provider: Belay.
In making this move, the country is betraying millions of victims of the gravest human rights violations and undermining the international justice system," he said "South Africa's support for the ICC, after the country suffered through decades of apartheid, was an important step towards creating rights respecting societies around the world," Belay added.
Momentum organizes canyoneering trips to Southern Utah, and at the Sandy and Millcreek locations, climbers can sign up to receive top rope belay, lead belay and lead climb certifications.
Belay points out how space science technology and research can also be applied to many basic necessities of life such as health, and energy and food security, after which come applications in more advanced areas such as environmental management, urban development and multiple fields of business.
Netsanet Belay, Amnesty International's Africa Director for research and advocacy said that the fact that Nigerian security forces knew about Boko Haram's impending raid, but failed to take the immediate action needed to stop it, will only amplify the national and international outcry at this horrific crime, the report added.
Delphinol is a standardized dietary ingredient manufactured exclusively by Maqui New Life SA, a bioscience company headquartered in Chile, using fresh whole maqui belay fruits.
The capital club continued to push hard but they conceded the opener when Saivet headed home a Nicolas Maurice - Belay cross from the left following a quick counter-attack.
It's a bit cosy hanging in a cluster at the belay points #iceclimb.
New climbers need to learn how to use a harness, how to make a belay device and how to use ropes," he said.
The spokesman of US Embassy in Pakistan Courtney Belay told Online that although the schedule of Secretary Clintons tour was arranged by US State Departments but her short visit to Pakistan could not be stated out of question.
Belay (bi-LAY) - a secure rope Belayer (bi-LAY-er)--the person who holds the rope