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harness

verb control, command, constraint, curb, dominate, get one's hands around, get the entire piccure on, govern, guide, handle, instruct, lead, limit, manage, operate, overlook, oversee, pilot, rule, superintend, supervise
Associated concepts: harness and control energy, seat belt harness laws
See also: confine, constrain, control, curb, discipline, handcuff, imprison, inhibit, join, restrain, subdue
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Lightweight safety harnesses is an upcoming trend in the global recreational safety harnesses market.
In the years since the SENSE-ation Harness made its debut, an overwhelming number of additional front-clip harnesses have been introduced and an ever-increasing number of people now use these products.
Manufacturers continue to advance the technology and features included in modern harnesses at multiple price points, providing not only the means necessary to stop a fall but also the ability to either get back on-stand or lower yourself to the ground safely.
Summit's tangle-free, lightweight, and convenient Fastback and Fastback Deluxe harnesses feature similar construction.
Harnesses of this type were worn in conjunction with a porcupine hair roach, armbands, cuffs, belt, collar and tie, leg bells, moccasins, and perhaps dyed long-johns.
The spica casts were applied immediately following injury, while the Pavilk harnesses were applied more than of 2.
Instead of sending out resumes, Franzen turned her attention to improving her dog harnesses.
Department of Justice for price-fixing of wiring harnesses in the past decade.
After exhaustive research of the market, Wolko found 11 brands of harnesses that met her criteria--products whose manufacturers made claims of crash testing and protection.
The new harnesses have been engineered for firefighters as well as tactical and other emergency response personnel, yet serve as highly practical rescue harnesses for virtually any industry where at-height rescue scenarios may be a concern.
I know the excuses--you've never fallen in all your years of hunting, your stand really isn't that high, harnesses are uncomfortable to wear and they prevent you from properly drawing your bow.
The Safeguard Series of harnesses from Muddy Outdoors is well-designed with all the necessary features.