land tie

land tie

[′land ‚tī]
(civil engineering)
A rod or chain connecting an outside structure such as a retaining wall to a buried anchor plate.

land tie

A tie rod or chain used to secure a retaining wall or the like.
References in classic literature ?
Belike he can tell us how the land ties, and if Stutely be really in jeopardy.
Now with Guruji killed, Singham's motive to investigate the case becomes stronger, but unfortunately the laws of the land tie his hands.
Walls of tunnel are planned to be steel sheet piling with permanent land ties. Concrete bottom floor of trench is supported by piles and stabilized from water pressure by permanent land ties.
Issues discussed include tourism promotion, controversies over land use, representations of the park in Acadian popular culture, Aboriginal land ties, and archeological studies.