[sailing] In sailing, the trapeze refers to a wire that comes from a point high on the mast, usually where the shrouds are fixed, to a hook on the crew member`s harness at approximately waist level. The position when extended on the trapeze is outside the hull, braced against it (or an exten...
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[1970 album] Trapeze is the 1970 debut rock album by the band Trapeze. The album was produced by John Lodge, of Moody Blues fame. The sound on this particular album is a far cry from the blues-based hard rock the band would become well-known for. The band released another album also named Tr...
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A trapeze is a short horizontal bar hung by ropes or metal straps from a support. It is an aerial apparatus commonly found in circus performances. Trapeze acts may be static, swinging or flying, and may be performed solo, double, triple or as a group act. == Types of trapeze == ...
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[1976 album] Trapeze is the 1976 self-titled album by Trapeze. It is also the title of their 1970 debut album; see Trapeze (1970 album). == Track listing == == Personnel == ...
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[band] Trapeze were an English rock band formed in March 1969, by vocalist John Jones and guitarist/keyboardist Terry Rowley (who named the band), with guitarist Mel Galley, singer/bassist Glenn Hughes, and drummer Dave Holland. The band had a fairly fluid line up, finally dissolving in 1994...
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Wire gear enabling a crewmember to place all of his weight outboard of the hull, thus helping to keep the boat level.
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A trapeze is a horizontal bar suspended by two ropes and used as a piece of apparatus by acrobats.
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A wire attached to the mast to which a sailor wearing a harness attaches him/herself. It enables them to position their weight further out of the boat providing greater balance against the boat heeling over. Used on the 470, 49er and Tornado.
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1) Bar for swingers 2) Bar for swingers? 3) Catcher's apparatus 4) Circus bar 5) Circus prop 6) Circus swinger 7) Swing
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