Harness

The frame of a loom upon which the heddles are placed. Warp threads are drawn through the eyes of the heddles, which move up and down as he shuttle with the weft yarn passes by. The movement of the heddles determines the pattern.
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Harness

The metal strip running over the top of a lantern to which the G-Clamp is attached. Also Fork, Yoke.
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harness

An assemblage of HEDDLES mounted on a HARNESS FRAME that moves them all together. A separate HARNESS is used for each group of WARP ENDS that must be moved independently to weave a desired pattern.
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harness

[n] - a support consisting of an arrangement of straps for holding something to the body (especially one supporting a person suspended from a parachute) 2. [n] - stable gear consisting of an arrangement of leather straps fitted to a draft animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart 3. [v] - control and direct with or as if b
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Harness

a specially designed restraint to keep children secure in their child seats.
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Harness

Har'ness (-nĕs) noun [ Middle English harneis , harnes , Old French harneis , French harnais , harnois ; of Celtic origin; confer Armor. harnez old iron, armor, W. haiarn iron, Armor. houarn , Ir. iarann , Gael. iarunn .
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Harness

Har'ness transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Harnessed (-nĕst); present participle & verbal noun Harnessing .] [ Middle English harneisen ; confer French harnacher , Old French harneschier .] 1.
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harness

1. <zoology> An American bombycid moth (Arctia phalerata of Harris), having, on the fore wings, stripes and bands of buff on a black ground. ... 2. To dress in armor; to equip with armor for war, as a horseman; to array. 'Harnessed in rugged steel.' (Rowe) 'A gay dagger, Harnessed well and sharp as point of spear.' (Chaucer) ... 3. To make re
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harness

noun stable gear consisting of an arrangement of leather straps fitted to a draft animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart
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harness

rein in verb control and direct with or as if by reins; `rein a horse`
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harness

verb exploit the power of; `harness natural forces and resources`
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harness

verb put a harness; `harness the horse`
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harness

(hahr´nis) a support device used to immobilize a body part or hold it in position. Pavlik harness a device used to correct hip dislocations in infants with developmental dysplasia of the hip, consisting of a set of straps that hold the hips in flexion and abduction.
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Harness

• (v. t.) To dress in armor; to equip with armor for war, as a horseman; to array. • (n.) The part of a loom comprising the heddles, with their means of support and motion, by which the threads of the warp are alternately raised and depressed for the passage of the shuttle. • (v. t.) Fig.: To equip or furnish for defense. • (n.)
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harness

the gear or tackle other than a yoke of a draft animal (as a horse, dog, or goat). The modern harness appears to have been developed in China some ... [1 related articles]
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Harness

Normally a garment consisting of straps, rings, etc. that is designed to fit snugly around the body. Can be worn as an accessory or as part of bondage or other fetish wear.
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harness

harness, comprehensive term for the gear of a draft animal, excluding the yoke, by which it is attached to the load that it pulls. Although harnesses are used on dogs (for drawing travois and dogsleds), on goats, and sometimes on oxen, the typical harness is for horses. There are two main kinds̵...
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Harness

A leather, nylon or cloth strap shaped around the shoulders and chest, with a ring at its top for the lead.
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Harness

A set of strapsand fittings by which a horse is fastened to a cart, plow etc and controlled by it's driver.
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Harness

[comics] Harness (Erika Benson) is a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics universe. Her first appearance was in New Mutants Annual #7. ==Fictional character biography== Erika Benson was the mother of Gilbert Benson, the mutant boy named Piecemeal who merged with the resurrected Proteus. She had been employed by A.I.M. to take Pie
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Harness

A type of horse tack placed upon a horse or other animal in order to hitch it to a cart, plow (UK: plough), wagon or other horse-drawn vehicle.[133]
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harness

usually means armour. Possibly a full harness or complete suit of armour
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Harness

A leather or cloth strap shaped around the shoulders and chest, with a ring at its top for the lead.
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HARNESS

or Climbing Harness. Used by climbers and issued to clients by ski guides if skiing on glaciers with cravasse danger or short pitches of extreme exposure descending very steep slopes. Used to connect a climber, walker or skier to a rope, usually via a Carabiner. A strap around the waist is attached to two others passing around the base of the butto
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Harness

A strong belt with leg loops made of nylon webbing used to secure the climber to the rope, often with loops to hold climbing hardware. A chest harness is sometimes worn in addition to a waist harness to prevent an inverted fall, for example, when crossing a glacier with a heavy pack. More in the climbing manual.
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