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Hasluck, Paul N
Clearly written and amply illustrated with 208 figures, this classic guide ranges from simple and useful knots to complex varieties. Additional topics include rope splicing, working cordage, hammock making, more.
... and polishing materials. 5 Adhesives. 6 Chemicals and chemical compositions. 7 Cordage. 8 Smokers... yarn. 44 Dental, medical, and surgical appliances. 45 Soft drinks and carbonated waters. 46 Foods and...
... polymers, fibers, filaments, textile strips, yarns, twine, cordage, rope, or strips of fabric and ending..., starting with the extrusion of filament, strip, film, or sheet and including slitting a film or sheet...
...) Synthetic cordage (e.g., nylon, polypropylene, polyester) which is not marked or labeled to enable... for grade 30 proof coil chain. (e)(1) Wire rope which is not marked by the manufacturer with a working... listed in the Wire Rope Users Manual. (2) Wire which is not marked or labeled to enable identification of...
... magazines; mixed waste paper; tabulating cards; and used cordage; or (2) All paper, paperboard, and fibrous... following materials: (1) Postconsumer fiber. (2) Manufacturing wastes such as— (i) Dry paper and paperboard... sheets) including: envelope cuttings, bindery trimmings, and other paper and paperboard waste resulting...
... corrugated boxes; old newspapers; old magazines; mixed waste paper; tabulating cards; and used cordage; or (2) All paper, paperboard, and fibrous materials that enter and are collected from municipal solid waste... fiber; and (2) Manufacturing wastes such as— (i) Dry paper and paperboard waste generated after...
scales and mea- and examined for striations by incident light micro- surement techniques are reviewed by Sarkar (1980), scopy. Rabinowicz (1965...wear of cordage more likely approaches three- bor 1954, Howell et al. 1959, Rabinowicz 1965, body wear, as described by Rabinowicz (1965). Sarkar 1980...CONCLUSIONS Friction in Textiles. New York: Textile Book Publish- ers (Interscience). Soil specimens from several test and training Rabinowicz , E
Full Text Available The paper discusses the decoration of pottery of the Neolithic Jomon culture (Japanese Archipelago, 13600–900 BC. The comb-impressed pattern produced by various kinds of cord or rope stamps is considered as the ‘calling card’ of Jomon pottery from the earliest cultural periods to the latest. Another kind of decoration recognized recently uses the cord not as a patterning tool, but as an essential motif of decorative composition. High relief elements imitate cordage forms and structures – knots, loops, hanging cord, net, etc. This kind of decoration corresponds to the pottery of Mid-dle Jomon period (3500–2500 BC sites located in northern and north-eastern Honshu and southern Hokkaido. It is supposed that the introduction of images of real material object into the field of decorative art was reasoned by the meaning of cord and cordage as cultural signs during the Middle Jomon period. Interesting parallels to some cordage structures reconstructed on Middle Jomon pottery decoration are well known in traditional Japanese culture of VI–XX cc. Analytical interpretation of this resemblance may became the subject of special research.
Levy, Alon M; Brenner, Ori; Scheinin, Aviad; Morick, Dan; Ratner, Eliana; Goffman, Oz; Kerem, Dan
We report an unusual snaring of the larynx in an adult, female common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). The dolphin was observed swimming and diving in Haifa Port, Israel, but was found dead the next day, 60 km south, on the coast. Postmortem examination revealed stranded-cordage, nylon filaments wrapped around the larynx, cutting through the soft tissue, and extending down into the forestomach, where a large mass of netting was found. The cachectic state of the dolphin and the subacute to chronic, hyper-plastic response of soft tissue surrounding the filaments lodged around the larynx, suggest a prolonged period of starvation, which led to the final weakness and wasting of the dolphin.
Enrita Dian Rahmadini
Full Text Available Mucocele resprented as a lesion that usually happened as an effet of accumulation and extravasation of secret minor salivary gland dof cheek and lip, which gave clinical feature like a bubble of mucosa. This lesion commonly caused by the effect of continuous trauma. Treatment of mucocele was surgery, e.g. excision marsupialization, cryosurgery and ablation by laser. The treatment for mucocele in children was more complex because problem of behavior during treatment so it can be conducted with a few modification without causing trauma. With micro marsupialization or cordage at the handle of mucocele, hence difficulty of excision mucocele in a child can be overcome, although the child is not cooperative.
Hardy, Bruce L.; Moncel, Marie-Hélène; Daujeard, Camille; Fernandes, Paul; Béarez, Philippe; Desclaux, Emmanuel; Chacon Navarro, Maria Gema; Puaud, Simon; Gallotti, Rosalia
Neanderthal behavior is often described in one of two contradictory ways: 1) Neanderthals were behaviorally inflexible and specialized in large game hunting or 2) Neanderthals exhibited a wide range of behaviors and exploited a wide range of resources including plants and small, fast game. Using stone tool residue analysis with supporting information from zooarchaeology, we provide evidence that at the Abri du Maras, Ardèche, France, Neanderthals were behaviorally flexible at the beginning of MIS 4. Here, Neanderthals exploited a wide range of resources including large mammals, fish, ducks, raptors, rabbits, mushrooms, plants, and wood. Twisted fibers on stone tools provide evidence of making string or cordage. Using a variety of lines of evidence, we show the presence of stone projectile tips, possibly used in complex projectile technology. This evidence shows a level of behavioral variability that is often denied to Neanderthals. Furthermore, it sheds light on perishable materials and resources that are not often recovered which should be considered more fully in reconstructions of Neanderthal behavior.
吕江南; 龙超海; 马兰; 刘佳杰; 何宏彬
The hemp is widely planted in China, which can be used for varieties of products including hemp cordage, durable clothing and nutritional products.. Because of hemp fiber excellent properties such as natural comfort and gas permeability, it is widely used in textile field. Hemp bast and bone are strong adhesive with the glue in fiber, so it is very difficult to peel off from hemp stem. In China, people usually peel off bast fiber by hand. There are a number of problems using manual peeling, such as low work efficiency, high labor intensity, and high cost. So, high efficiency stripping machine is necessary to designed for peeling off hemp bast in China. At present, there are two kinds of method to gain bast fiber from hemp stem. The fiber was separated from the retted stalk which has been immersed in water. Another way is to stripping the bast from the fresh stem first, then the dried bast is retted in pool in the factory. We can gain clean fiber in mass production by using the second method. According to the requirements, a new kind of stripper which used for separation hemp fresh stem was designed. But there are many branches at upper stem of hemp and the bast attached with hemp bone very firmly. In order to make the bast separated better from the stem, the rubbing-mechanism for stem and the combing-mechanism for bast were designed in this machine. The prototype is mainly consisted of rubbing-mechanism, combing-mechanism, the fiber collection device, transmission, frame, undercarriage and other components. This prototype has many characteristics such as compact structure, easy to move, strong separation ability, etc. The rubbing-mechanism is consisted of two pairs of straight-teeth pressure roller and two pairs of slanting-teeth pressure roller. When the machine works, the hemp fresh stem is broken first by the straight-teeth pressure roller of rubbing-mechanism. After that, the broken stem enters the pressure roller of slanting-teeth of rubbing-mechanism. In
Stone, E L; Migvar, L; Robison, W L
Many years ago people living on atolls depended entirely on foods gathered from the sea and reefs and grown on land. Only a few plants, such as coconut (ni), Pandanus (bob), and arrowroot (mok-mok), could be grown on the lower rainfall atolls, although adequate groundwater conditions also allowed taro (iaraj, kotak, wot) to be cultivated. On higher rainfall atolls, breadfruit (ma) was a major food source, and banana (binana, kepran), lime (laim), and taros (iaraj, kotak, wot) could be grown. The early atoll populations were experts in growing plants that were vital to sustaining their nutrition requirements and to providing materials for thatch, basketry, cordage, canoe construction, flowers, and medicine. They knew which varieties of food plants grew well or poorly on their atolls, how to propagate them, and where on their atoll they grew best. They knew the uses of most native plants and what the various woods were well suited for. Many varieties of Pandanus (bob) and breadfruit (ma) grew well with high rainfall, but only a few produced well on drier atolls. Such information had been passed down through the generations although some of it has been lost in the last century. Today there are new plants and new varieties of existing plants that can be grown on atolls. There are also new materials and information on how to grow both the old and new plants more effectively. However, there are also introduced weeds and pests to control. Today, there is also an acute need to grow more of the useful plants adapted to atolls. Increasing numbers of people living on an atoll without an equal increase in income or food production stretches the available food supplies. Much has been written about the poor conditions for plant growth on atolls. As compared with many places in the world where crops are grown, however, atolls can provide some highly favorable conditions. For instance, the driving force for plant growth is sunlight, and on atolls light is abundant throughout the