Rope

[song] `Rope` is a song by the American alternative rock band Foo Fighters. It is the first single from their seventh studio album Wasting Light (2011). ==Composition== `Rope` had its origins during the Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace world tour, as frontman Dave Grohl played an acoustic guitar while waiting for the soundchecks or to fl
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Rope

Rope is slang for Valium.
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Rope

Rope is slang for Valium.
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Rope

[film] Rope is a 1948 American crime thriller film based on the play Rope (1929) by Patrick Hamilton and adapted by Hume Cronyn (treatment) and Arthur Laurents, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by Sidney Bernstein and Hitchcock as the first of their Transatlantic Pictures productions. Starring James Stewart, John Dall and Farley Gr
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rope

[n] - a strong cord 2. [v] - fasten with a rope
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rope

A rope was made of various materials, such as, horsehair, gut, sinew, or other fibres. Some rope was made from the hair of certain goats, whereas other rope was made from animal sinew. Because of its tremendous strength, animal sinew rope was used in catapults and other siege machinery.
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Rope

Rope noun [ Anglo-Saxon rāp ; akin to Dutch reep , German reif ring hoop, Icelandic reip rope, Swedish rep , Danish reb , reeb Goth. skauda raip latchet.] 1. A large, stout cord, usually one not less than an inch in circumference
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Rope

Rope intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Roped ; present participle & verbal noun Roping .] To be formed into rope; to draw out or extend into a filament or thread, as by means of any glutinous or adhesive quality. « Let
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Rope

Rope transitive verb 1. To bind, fasten, or tie with a rope or cord; as, to rope a bale of goods. Hence: -- 2. To connect or fasten together, as a party of mountain climbers, with a rope. 3. To partition, separate, or divide off, by means of a rope, so as to include or e
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rope

noun a strong line
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Rope

• A guide rope. • (v. t.) To draw, as with a rope; to entice; to inveigle; to decoy; as, to rope in customers or voters. • (v. t.) To prevent from winning (as a horse), by pulling or curbing. • (v. t.) To lasso (a steer, horse). • (v. t.) To connect or fasten together, as a party of mountain climbers, with a rope. •...
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rope

assemblage of fibres, filaments, or wires compacted by twisting or braiding (plaiting) into a long, flexible line. Wire rope is often referred to as ... [2 related articles]
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ROPE

In general, cordage as it is purchased at the store. When it comes aboard a vessel and is put to use it becomes line
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rope

another name for the rood , the distance unit.
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Rope

In general, cordage as it is purchased at the store. When it comes aboard a vessel and is put to use it becomes line.
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rope

rope: see cordage.
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Rope

Rope is a stout cord in excess of one inch in circumference.
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Rope

Rope is the collective noun for a group of onions.
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Rope

Rope is a thriller starring James Stewart, John Dall and Farley Granger in a story based on true events about a pair of murderers hosting a party for the victims family and friends. Rope was directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1948.
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rope

Stout cordage with circumference over 2.5 cm/1 in. Rope is made similarly to thread or twine, by twisting yarns together to form strands, which are then in turn twisted around one another in the direction opposite to that of the yarns. Although hemp is still used to make rope, nylon is increasingly used
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Rope

(n) a fault in cider caused by bacterial activity, resulting in the cider becoming viscous or oily. In extreme cases, the cider when poured forms 'strings' or 'ropes', hence the name. Usually the ropiness manifests itself in the early stages by small clumps of viscous matter floating in the cider - if you've ever seen 'mother of vinegar' in a vineg
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Rope

A running noose To catch a cow with the noose
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Rope

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Rope

[play] Rope is a 1929 British play by Patrick Hamilton. In formal terms, it is a well-made play with a three-act dramatic structure that adheres to the classical unities. Its action is continuous, punctuated only by the curtain fall at the end of each act. It may also be considered a thriller whose gruesome subject matter invites comparison
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Rope

[disambiguation] Rope is a length of non-metallic fibers twisted or braided together Rope may also refer to: ==Computing== ==Entertainment== == Other uses == ...
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