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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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I do need a new lanyard before the season, and found a cheap one .
Combo #1 - Petzl Tandem Trolley + Handlebar + Locking Oval Carabiner + Lanyard
Inspect lanyard assembly; cut or broken strands, visible orange core, or stiffness is not acceptable.
The operation is essentially hands flee, and only requires a short lanyard to go from a user's hand to wrist.
The Omba Arts Trust that works with rural communities has provided 450 conference lanyards made from ostrich egg shells, a unique Namibian design produced by San communities in the Omaheke region.
AN 11-year-old boy fell to his death from a zipwire because the harness was hooked to a "false loop" in a lanyard, an inquest jury heard.
The cases can be specified with 2 lateral eyelets for fitting the device to a wrist strap or belt, or an eyelet in the end for carrying it on lanyard.
A friend of mine, perhaps having heard that fascinating anecdote one too many times, bought me a lanyard this week, as a joke.
Available in a choice of lengths with many combinations of CE connectors, steel and aluminium, the Pro Stretch energy absorbing lanyard uses a new absorbing system for Capital Safety in the Middle East, which allows the energy absorbing lanyard to be built with the absorption materials spread along the overall length of the lanyard, thus eliminating the bulk of a traditional absorber pack.
And keeping that adage in mind, I got a lanyard (complete with snap) from old friend Hamilton Bowen of Bowen Classic Arms.
MANY TACTICAL HAND-HELD LIGHTS come with a detachable lanyard, which then brings into question whether or not to use it.