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This joint public-private undertaking which is independent of the plant breeding institution to ensure objectivity, was designed to gather conclusive data on the suitability of the new hybrids for commercial propagation for paper and pulp which are now the dominant uses of abaca fiber (not so much as cordage, anymore).
The round is a 2 3/4" 12-gauge shell featuring five lead projectiles attached together using high-strength cordage. When fired, the projectile and cord form a five-foot basket destroying or at least entangling the drone, bringing it to the ground.
Then I will put in a Big Agnes PrimaLoft quilt (one pound) and an ultralight triangle-shaped rainfly with cordage to make a lean-to or suspended rainfly (a few ounces total).
[USPRwire, Wed Oct 03 2018] Veteran-owned small business Ravenox has decided to extend their support to the Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command by donating 10% of proceeds from the sale of their rope and cordage products to the organization.
Hall 2 - Weaving - Red carpet: Weaving preparation machinery; weaving machinery; tufting and carpet weaving machinery; narrow weaving machinery; cordage and rope types of machinery (braiding machinery); and auxiliary machinery, spare parts, and accessories.
Products that can be made from sisal materials range from ropes, twine, and cordage for packaging and baling to car- pets, wall covering, doormats, car mats, buffing cloth used for polishing of metal and furni- ture, fine yarn, bag cloth, pad- ding, mattresses and handi- crafts.
Secure Cordage in Place: Tie one end of the guy wire cord to one tree using a half-hitch knot.
Products that can be made from sisal materials range from ropes, twine, and cordage for packaging and baling to carpets, wall covering, doormats, car mats, buffing cloth used for polishing of metal and furniture, fine yarn, bag cloth, padding, mattresses and handicrafts.
2 As a kid out in the Western Pacific, this was the do-everything knife for any task from husking coconuts, slicing fruit, cutting cordage and you-name-it.
The index for 'Manufacture of Textiles' group declined by 0.3 percent to 113.4 (provisional) from 113.7 (provisional) for the previous month due to lower price of viscose yarn, manufacture of cordage, rope, twine and netting and woollen yarn, cotton yarn and manufacture of other textiles.
* Used or new rags, scrap twine, cordage, rope and cables and worn out articles of twine, cordage, rope or cables, of textile materials.
At one end of the room was a busy network of ropes and cordage allowing members to harness their balance and upperbody strength.