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ANCHOR. A measure containing ten gallons. Lex, Mereatoria.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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[USPRwire, Mon Aug 26 2019] Aircraft anchoring systems are also known as aircraft tiedowns, especially in western countries.
[ClickPress, Tue Aug 27 2019] Aircraft anchoring systems are also known as aircraft tiedowns, especially in western countries.
When the auxiliary rod body is extended, it provides an anchoring force.
Now application problems of the anchoring technology in earth relics protection are described as follows [6-10]:
Having the correct draw length is very crucial in comfortably anchoring with the method I've just described.
The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) [2] has also published numerous design guides that deal with many distinct features of the construction of steel structures and their anchoring to concrete structures in detail.
Some people working on the production side are also attracted by the appeal of anchoring and develop into good anchors by seriously studying what the whole thing is all about.
After I observed a few of his shots, the problem became obvious: He wasn't firmly anchoring his release hand.
Frame ground beam mainly can pass the anchoring force; at the same time, it can strengthen the efficiency of the structure.
To address these issues, we observed student anchoring activities such as referencing and citing, and examined the effects of different thinking styles and spatial abilities on anchoring activities.