ground tackle


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ground tackle

[′grau̇nd ‚tak·əl]
(naval architecture)
The anchoring equipment on a ship.
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Deployment, Removal, & Delivery of 6, "Swim Area" Regulatory Markers Buoys & Ground Tackle Off The Coast of Rocky Neck State Park, East Lyme, CT
Since then he has never been the same player - he broke the same leg in a training ground tackle by manager Mick McCarthy and was released by Sunderland in 2006.
The Aston Villa defender's wild training ground tackle on Arsenal's Freddie Ljunberg sparked the astonishing brawl that threatened to wreck Sweden's preparations.
OLOF Mellberg has apologised to his Sweden team-mate Fredrik Ljungberg for the training ground tackle which led to a bust-up between the pair.
Olof Mellberg meanwhile, has said sorry to his Sweden team-mate Ljungberg for the training ground tackle which led to a bust-up between the pair.
Ferris was well on his way to making a huge impact with the Lions in South Africa when a totally committed training ground tackle tore his medial collateral ligament - and a guaranteed place in the Test side.
But a training ground tackle brought a premature halt to his progress over Christmas.
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