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The checklist would've ensured that the aircraft was roped off, the aircraft external-power receptacles and fuel-control panels were tagged, and that personnel were briefed.
Arena Leisure spokeswoman Kate Hills said yesterday: "We have roped off the walk from the weighing room to the paddock during the time jockeys are crossing over because they asked us if we could do something about it.
It's a very organised and strict league, from the officials to pitches being roped off.
The "Spirit of a Century" museum is a roped off section of the Polk County Convention Center where visitors can watch videos and signs charting both national and Iowa timelines of CU history.
Her pals at Soho's Maya club had roped off an area for her on Thursday.
2 : to set off or divide by a cord <Police roped off a street.
AMEMORIAL to452 victims killed when their ship was wrecked off Anglesey has been roped off amid fears it could topple over.
Then in the Vampire Suite the dance floor in the far right corner was also roped off for its VIP guests.
A block of Hollywood Boulevard was roped off for the pre-screening street party, where nearly a thousand kids received face-paintings, removable tattoos and had their pictures taken with an enormous walk-around Po the Panda character ("He smells like beans and cheese," said one 8-year-old boy after his photo op).
For some reason the kids from the Catholic school of the Holy Family were sent to 'share' our school and even then the playground had to be roped off to keep us apart.
The plastic fence posts that are taped or roped off are usually used to fence-in cattle and could be introduced in mini soccer games in the city as early as next season, according to one local county FA boss.
At our local Asda branch at Minworth a whole row of disabled bays was roped off during the run-up to Christmas for the use of their home delivery vans.