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halyard

, halliard
Nautical a line for hoisting or lowering a sail, flag, or spar

halyard

[′hal·yərd]
(naval architecture)
A rope or tackle used to raise or lower a flag, sail, or spar. Also spelled halliard.
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The company's customer base includes some of the world's leading orthopedic hospitals and athletic organizations, providing Halyard greater access to the orthopedic and sports medicine markets.
It was, therefore, impossible for the VP to salute at that moment when her hands were holding the halyard line.
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Just ease the main halyard and pull down the sail to a reefing cringle on both ends and you're finished.
Halyard Health, a producer of surgical gowns, drapes, sterile wraps and apparel, announced in May that it formed a license and supply agreement with Sustainable Solutions LLC to convert recycled Halyard Wrap, made of SMS nonwoven fabric, into environmentally conscious products for healthcare facilities.
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Halyard Australia, formerly Kimberly-Clark Health Care, a medical technology company, has presented Starlight Children's Foundation with a $10,000 donation as healthcare workers across Australia and New Zealand supported the company's call to help raise money for sick children.