Definition of Jaw rope. Meaning of Jaw rope. Synonyms of Jaw rope

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Definition of Jaw rope

Jaw rope
Jaw rope (Naut.), a rope which holds the jaws of a gaff to the mast. Jaw tooth, a molar or grinder; a back tooth.

Meaning of Jaw rope from wikipedia

- lower jaw. The pull on the knot at the end of the drop levers the jaw and head violently up and to the right, which combines with the jerk of the rope becoming...
- usually faced with wood, called ch****s, to avoid marring the work. The movable jaw may include a retractable dog to hold work against a bench dog. "Quick-release"...
- lead shank or lead rope is required to actually lead or tie the animal. It is most often attached to the halter at a point under the jaw, or less often,...
- (for holding things to a bench top) The bench forms the fixed jaw. Cardellini clampjaw-style clamp that clamps onto round, square, or rectangular tubing;...
- gag. A rope gag consists of a length of rope wound multiple times through the mouth of the person being gaggedsimilar to a cleave gag. Soft rope, such...
- also spelled bin-zasara) — clapper made from wooden slats connected by a rope or cord Hyōshigi (拍子木) — wooden or bamboo clappers Den-den daiko (でんでん太鼓)...
- wrestler then climbs up the corner turnbuckles and takes a walk on the top rope before falling down striking the opponent's head, back, shoulder or nape...
- side. The noseband is made of leather, rawhide, or rope with a leather or synthetic strap under the jaw, held on by a leather or synthetic headstall. Sidepulls...
- some type of noseband, made of various materials such as sinew, leather, or rope. However, because the materials used to make gear other than metal bits disintegrates...
- pulling the opponent's jaw above the wrestler's shoulder) before falling to a seated position and forcing the opponent's jaw (but predominantly the opponent's...
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