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strap

1. a loop of leather, rubber, etc., suspended from the roof in a bus or train for standing passengers to hold on to
2. a razor strop

Strap

A thin piece of metal of any required dimension used to attach, secure, or fasten an object to another.

strap

1. A metal plate placed across the junction of two or more timbers to which it is bolted or screwed.
3.See pipe strap.
4. A metal component designed to join a truss and wall plate to a wall.
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Choose genuine leather straps or mesh bracelet styles in rose gold, gold or silver in a variety of metal finishes, from brushed to polished.
Given the Phone Strap 3's minute measurements, the phone has no camera, no native apps, and not much in the way of internal storage.
The traditional helmet comes fitted with two straps, the leather strap and one made of webbing, which is normally saved for situations of public order.
People who wear our knee strap have instability in their kneecap," Dailey says.
50) with saddle-brown leather trim, heavy grommets and a rugged woven strap.
Secure all the straps in one direction first, then the other, weaving them to copy the original pattern on the chair.
Beginning in August, officially licensed and branded Vail Resorts Survival Straps gear will be available as well.
A transparent matte gray plastic case is presented with one semi-transparent matte light blue strap at 12 o'clock, and one blue silicone strap at 6 o'clock.
A guitar strap is like a sound tech: have a good one and you'll never even know it's there, but have a bad one and you'll never live it down.
The out-of-strap feature ejects the strap at the end of the coil to eliminate downtime associated with removing excess strap left in the machine.
Guards blocked guests from following the panicked entourage while Bloch worked his magic on the errant strap.
Nokona also produces three chin strap models: Vinyl, Cushioned Vinyl and Vinyl with Plastic Cup.