cat back


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cat back

[′kat ‚bak]
(naval architecture)
A piece of rope sometimes attached to the hook of a cat block to assist in hooking the ring of the anchor. Also known as backrope.
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Last night Hannah, 21, a Northumbria University student who lives on Cartington Terrace in Heaton, Newcastle, said she was thrilled to have her cat back.
So the omens look good for the speedy son of Sir Cat back at his favourite track in today's 6f handicap, in which he is set to be partnered by useful apprentice Michael Stainton, who takes off a handy 3lb and has won three times on the eight-year-old.
In a moment of recklessness they said all they wanted for their birthdays was their cat back. I mention this.
Firefighters removed the toilet and handed the cat back to its grateful owners.
The Mini Cooper Cat Back systems cost pounds 345 plus VAT for the single and pounds 500 plus VAT for either dual system.
JAGUAR will announce "restructuring" plans before next week's Spanish Grand Prix in a bid to put the ailing Big Cat back on the trail of its prey.
To trace a cat back to its owner, a veterinarian simply sweeps a radiowave scanner over the animal's back.
"I phoned the woman up and said I wanted my cat back," Senka said.
She asked me to help her and bring the cat back. That's what I did, I chased the cat, and brought it back into the bedroom," argued the R.W.
Mr Robson said: "Martin Gallagher was shouting 'you've done something to my cat, I want my cat back'.
Della then traced Nicola via Facebook and knocked on her door in a bid to get the cat back.
Anna's mother is not at all pleased and when the cat brings in one of the Vicar's valuable Koi, Anna's dad refuses to have the cat back in the house.