The order in throwing the log when the stray line is payed out.
I got run down; and when I had payed out all the respectability I had, I went to sea.
It comes in over the boat's bow, passes around a drum, and is payed out astern.
I payed out the rope myself, while everybody watched the crawling thing with eager eyes.
The wire is payed out from a small winch D, with an index showing the depth of the meter, and passes over a pulley B.
All the spare ropes and cables are fastened together and payed out to an anchor, which is dropped into the sea a mile ahead.
The boat dived again, and payed out a line that it brought up and around and up again, lashing the monster fast alongside.
One man shipped the oars and pulled to the eastward, while the other hove the trawl-buoy over and payed out the anchor line.
Then Rick, Scotty, and Chahda payed out rope while the scientist let himself slide from the edge into the hole.
As the Niagara was hauling in the Cable, of which she had payed out 43 miles, it snapped close to the ship.