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hand lead

[′hand ‚led]
(engineering)
A light sounding lead (7-14 pounds or 3-6 kilograms) usually having a line not more than 25 fathoms (46 meters) in length.
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Outside space: The completion of the existing school system to the planned pavilion on the one hand reduces the available exterior surfaces and on the other hand leads to an increase in the number of pupils on the school grounds.