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What these spiders have evolved isn’t a loading-dock pulley with a wheel.
They will guide them carefully through a 10th-floor window to the roof, then use pulleys to hang them on the recently reinforced steel frame on the rooftop.
Over the next four days the climbers removed all 58 United victims using a “Tyrolean traverse” system of ropes and pulleys devised by the Swiss to hoist the bags up the cliff to the waiting helicopters.
But she bought a small pulley as well as the ground connections which Mr. Brill had in stock.
The aeroplane had been hoisted to its elevated position by means of a stout rope passing through a pulley at the top of the pole.
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Shattered as were the bows of the wreck, he had succeeded in saving the two cat-heads with their three pulley-blocks.
The gap between the sawed portions permits a pulley to be fastened on the shaft to serve as the main drive.
The motor is lined up on the base, so that its pulley wheel will run a belt on the large wheel of the roller.
The bow pulley in each dory fairly chuckled with delight as the trawl line was pulled over it.
The Prony brake on the pulley of the dynamo is quite slack, allowing it to revolve freely.

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