standard knot

standard knot

In wood, any knot 1½ in. (3.81 cm) or less in diameter.
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The scarf also has one standard knot style, minimizing the need for the cabin crew to fuss with tying it on their neck.
This posture emulates a crawfish crawling along the bottom side a grass mat, more realistic than the vertical position of a bait on a hook tied with a standard knot.
The tendon was held taut by the ends using a clamp specifically designed for this purpose and one leg of the sutures from each anchor was passed 1 cm from the edge of the tendon and tied with an arthroscopic, Roeder sliding knot using a standard knot pusher and followed by 3 alternating half-hitches with alternating posts; the other suture legs were then passed and similarly tied.
He used four slings rather than eight, including one that was damaged; wrapped the slings around the sharp metal edges of the crane and without the required padding; and tied the slings in a "choke" knot, which is the weakest of the standard knots, the district attorney's office said.
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