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A complete set is lightweight and strong, but it’s very time consuming to create and requires a lot of cordage.HOW TO BUILD SNOWSHOES ON THE FLY—AND 4 OTHER TIPS FOR SURVIVING DEEP SNOWBY TIM MACWELCH/OUTDOOR LIFEJANUARY 5, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
All round her the dark water boiled and roared, and the blast shrieked through the cordage with hollow tremors.THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
All the ancient civilized peoples used ropes and cordage, made from such flexible materials as their countries afforded.THE WONDER BOOK OF KNOWLEDGEVARIOUS
The development of the self-binding reaper on our western grain-fields has opened a gold mine for Sisal cordage.THE WONDER BOOK OF KNOWLEDGEVARIOUS
As above said, it is indispensable to protect cordage exposed to the effects of moisture, except in the case of coir ropes.THE WONDER BOOK OF KNOWLEDGEVARIOUS
Shattered bulwarks, ragged rents in the hulls, sails in tatters and drooping cordage told the story of the desperate battle.STORIES OF OUR NAVAL HEROESVARIOUS
The principal articles of manufacture have long been sailcloth, cordage, linen and fishing-nets.ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, PART 3VARIOUS
The merest broken plank or rag of cordage was a treasure in his eyes to be secured at the peril of his life.THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, VOLUME XXIROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
What benefite heereof may growe in cordage and linnens who can not easily vnderstand?A BRIEFE AND TRUE REPORT OF THE NEW FOUND LAND OF VIRGINIA, 1590THOMAS HARIOT
Sails rent and cordage strained tell tales of many storm-gusts, or, perchance, of one tornado; and see!SWORD AND GOWNGEORGE A. LAWRENCE

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