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  • n. Plural form of harness.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of harness.


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  • Directing models suspended in harnesses is quite challenging, since there is the swing factor and the layout is quite tiring.

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  • Cats in harnesses on leashes strolling about the boulders and pine trees.

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  • Many of Grenadier’s Gamma World figures came from their attempt to start a John Carter line, look for humans in harnesses with swords.

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  • In Chihuahua, Cessna manufactures aircraft wiring sets called harnesses and ships them to Kansas for airplane assembly while Bell Helicopter manufactures cabins for commercial units.

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  • NV Paul Bara Grand Rosé Brut Champagne $58: This historic name harnesses the power of Bouzy Pinot Noir, in the Montagne de Reims.

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  • Is "harnesses" the right word for this in the weaving world?

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  • QUESTION: Any kind of harnesses or anything that has to do with the area where the crew compartment?

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  • The "harnesses" move part of the warp now up, now down, and the shuttle carries the weft from side to side to be driven home by the reeds to the woven cloth.

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  • Although many builders, developers and contractors are model employers, the study notes, others cut costs by not paying some workers for overtime, not paying some at all, misclassifying others as independent contractors, and failing to provide proper safety equipment such as harnesses and helmets, violations of federal and state regulations. - Business News

  • The other photo illustrates "harnesses" of brown silk taffeta being made for the models 'hands, in lieu of gloves.

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