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Instead of using only humans, Macy’s has built five specialty vehicles with an innovative anchor tether framework that has been extensively field-tested and approved by NYC officials.

The senses are our tethers to the world—the real world, the one we’re in right now, not the one on our screens—and it calms my mind every time I check in with them.

Then, in papers published last fall, researchers cut the tether to string theory altogether.

The finding suggests that such tethers could also help connect once-intact forests that have been fragmented by human activities and aid conservation efforts of these and other canopy dwellers.

Controlled via a cloud-based dashboard, the Walmart delivery drones will hover 80 feet above customers’ yards and lower their orders down using a tether.

This was a tethered reconnaissance balloon, as first used 220 years ago in the French Revolutionary War.

So here Clinton stands, tethered to a president who is neither loved nor feared.

Ida is a mystery of sorts, tethered to a road journey in a bleak postwar Poland.

Contrary to what critics insist, I saw no horses tethered in their stalls.

No rope was required to retain a baby after the mother was tethered to a tree.

He gave orders for the horses to be tethered a little distance in the rear of the camp, where they would be sheltered.

His horse was tethered below, behind another rock; and he felt positive that these men had not come upon it.

Barrington quieted his horse with soothing words, and dismounting, tethered him to a gate.

He was tethered in the centre of the arena, by one of his hind legs, to a stump about twelve inches high.

I call the Most High to witness—she submitted to all my demands meekly, as though she were no eaglet, but a tethered lamb!


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tethered, such as: barred, blocked, closed, confined, controlled, and defined.

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