Becket

(from the article `1964: Other Winners`) Story and Screenplay: S.H. Barnett, Peter Stone, Frank Tarloff for Father GooseAdapted Screenplay: Edward Anhalt for BecketCinematography, ...
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becket

(from the article `spear-thrower`) Allied to these spear-throwers is the becket, a short length of cord that operates like a sling, causing the hurled spear to spin as it flies. A ...
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becket

[n] - archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 to 1170 2. [n] - a short line with an eye at one end and a knot at the other
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Becket

• (n.) A spade for digging turf. • (n.) A small grommet, or a ring or loop of rope / metal for holding things in position, as spars, ropes, etc.; also a bracket, a pocket, or a handle made of rope.
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becket

noun (nautical) a short line with an eye at one end and a knot at the other; used to secure loose items on a ship
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Becket

Beck'et noun [ Confer Dutch bek beak, and English beak .] 1. (Nautical) A small grommet, or a ring or loop of rope or metal for holding things in position, as spars, ropes, etc.; also a bracket, a pocket, or a handle made of rope. 2. A spade for digging turf. [ Prov...
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becket

A loop at the end of a line.
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Becket

Eye on a block for securing a line's standing end.
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becket

large hook or bracket used to hold tackle or spars
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