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lanyard

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Nautical a line rove through deadeyes for extending or tightening standing rigging

lanyard

[′lan·yərd]
(naval architecture)
A small rope or line used to fasten something in ships, especially one passing through deadeyes and used to extend shrouds or stays.
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Lest you gloat, revolver shooters are not exempt from this danger, as the lanyard ends may foul an exposed hammer during DA firing, or block the cylinder from closing during a reload.
In addition to commercial production of custom lanyards, the company donates excess and overrun ID holders and badge holders to schools, churches and non-profit organizations in its "Million Lanyard Give" program.
Best practice--Review MIP 6231/001, MRC S-1R and order replacement parts through open purchase from MSA at 1-800-MSA-2222: working lanyard part # SNL3248406LS and safety lanyard part number were canceled on 13Aug10, contact NAVSEA for replacement.
The Best practice for marking harnesses, safety and working lanyards is: hull number (e.g.
If you are having problems ordering the Safety Lanyards I have a Point of Contact number for MSA.
New harnesses and lanyards have been tested on board the ex-USS Dolphin and USS Newport News, along with two surface ships, with great reviews.
The new full body harnesses and safety lanyards that are currently being distributed to several submarines for evaluation were introduced at the working group.