from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A wire used to fasten the line-wire of an electric circuit to an insulator.


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  • Shovel buckets trowel pliers hacksaw chisels hammer plumb hose (water level) tie-wire twister re-bar bender mold (for making blocks) ladder (home made) digging bar


  • The tie-wire tieing is to be provided immediately near the stulls!

    Chapter 6

  • Apparently, they use a hooking tool 5 or 6 inches long to maneuver the tie-wire in and out through the layers of mesh.

    Chapter 10


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