from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An oblong metal ring with a spring clip, used in mountaineering to attach a running rope to a piton or similar device.
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- n. A metal link with a gate that can open and close, generally used for clipping ropes to anchors or other objects.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an oblong metal ring with a spring clip; used in mountaineering to attach a rope to a piton or to connect two ropes
They also feature a bottle opener and built-in carabiner clip.
 Pull the end of the rope that goes over the branch until the first carabiner is near the branch.
A carabiner is the mountaineer's clip; a carabineer is a soldier wielding a carbine.
Hanging from his carabiner is a spork which he uses as a tool and a utensil.
In addition, the manufacturer of the harness used a previously untested carabiner connector located at the end of the tether at the back of harness, which is the portion of the tether that attaches to the tree.
Unfortunately, the gym itself was something of a disappointment: it's just a grigri and carabiner clip operation, and I'm spoiled by gyms which allow climbers to use real belay rigs.
When you go back all you have to do is attach a carabiner to you sliding knot and your golden.
The benefit of the washer is that it easily loops through a carabiner.
This worked perfectly with my flash drive, which has a loop that is too wide for a regular ring keychain and not wide enough for a carabiner clip.
Gideon crested the railing, reached up, and disconnected the carabiner from his harness, yanked off the helmet, which was still attached to the air hose and to the comm and electrical lines.
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