He was learning to make a lanyard knot with a bit of an old rope.
Made of brass, gun metal finish, ring at end to attach to lanyard.
The other end of the slider was twisted into a loop for hooking to the gunner's lanyard.
No. 3, the man with the tube-pouch, got out his lanyard and hooked it to a primer.
Now slip the bight of the lanyard over your neck, and follow me.
He elevated the muzzle of the gun and drew back the lanyard.
It would have been too dark up to daylight to see a lanyard.
The fid should always be fastened to the cross-trees or trestle-trees, by a lanyard.
The gunner pulled the lanyard hard, but the tube did not explode.
Indeed, Lanyard, I think we had better—so heave-to at once, will ye?