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- v. Present participle of hank.
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This is the Willingdone hanking the half of the hat of lipoleums up the tail on the buckside of his big white harse.
Many attempts have been made, with more or less success, to dye the yarn while in the cop form and so save the cost of the hanking and copping above referred to as well as the waste which occurs.
He became quite expert now in hanking on bushes and disentangling the line, and experienced a growing belief in the truth of the old saying that "practice makes perfect."
The badge teaches rope skills such as splicing (joining two ropes together), hanking (a method of coiling) and whipping (wrapping twine around the end of a cut rope to prevent it fraying) - techniques which are included in Lord Baden-Powell's 1908 handbook.
Office of hank cammissimier abolished and superseded by division of banks and loan agencies in department of hanking and insurance, 191.9, 350 §§ 45 -