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  • Tree-climbing Essentials: Rock Exotica Pirate Carabiner, $17 Carabiners These super-strength metal clasps secure your rope and gear to your harness.

    Natural High William L. Hamilton 2011

  • Carabiner holes are necessary for a variety of reasons, as are smaller holes in each corner for using a chunk of wand or a spoon handle to anchor the board on slippery snow.

    - The Backcountry Skiing Blog Lou 2010

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  • Southampton, Pa. -based Basic Fun downsizes the Guitar Hero video game phenomenon into keychain form with the Guitar Hero Carabiner keychain, featuring song clips from

    unknown title 2009

  • "We were thrilled at Cabrera's interest to stay with Carabiner after obtaining her degree from UCLA," said Peter Baron, founder and principal, Carabiner Communications.

    Home 2009

  • One different between a Carabiner Clip you can buy at Home Depot and the Mommy Hook is that the Mommy Hook is padded to make it more comfortable in your hand to carry when it's loaded up with bags.

    Celebrity Baby Blog 2009

  • The Argus Bean Carabiner camera boasts 5 mega pixel quality so they're sure to get genius shots for their facebook profile.

    Gift Rap | Dana S. 2009

  • Highgear TrailHead Watch with Carabiner Clip Product Description: Highgear Trailhead Watch, Compass and Chronograph with a "clip and flip" design that attaches easily to a backpack, purse or belt loop!

    We Blog A Lot 2008

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  • "Jack then clasped the carabiner to the harness around his waist and let the foot stirrups drag behind him." From the book The Ultimate Reality Show by Clay Jacobsen on Pg.105

    September 27, 2010