Creance

A creance is a long light cord used to tether a flying hawk or falcon during training in falconry. They are used both when the bird is young, and when the bird has been taken out of the aviary for a moult or other reasons. The creance itself is thin, designed to be of as little inconvenience to the bird as possible. It`s threaded through the swiv....
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Creance

A long piece of string used for training a bird of prey
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Creance

• (v. i. & t.) To get on credit; to borrow. • (n.) Faith; belief; creed. • (n.) A fine, small line, fastened to a hawk`s leash, when it is first lured.
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Creance

Cre'ance (krē' a ns) noun [ French cr√©ance , lit., credence, from Latin credere to trust. See Credence .] 1. Faith; belief; creed. [ Obsolete] Chaucer. 2. (Falconry) A fine, small line, fastened to a hawk's leash, when it is first lure...
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creance

A light line attached to the swivel of a partly trained hawk before she is allowed to fly loose.
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Creance

A long line or cord attached to the bird while training. Ten yards is going to work for most situations, but for free flights to verify that your bird is ready to be taken from the creance, many recommend 50 yards in length.
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Creance

A long training line
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creance

a spool of light line used to train a hawk.
Found on http://www.ohiofalconry.org/glossary.html

Creance

Long training cord or leash.
Found on http://www.americanfalconry.com/Glossary.html

Creance

the line used to train a hawk before it can be trusted to fly free.
Found on http://operationdeltaduck.com/blog/falconry-glossary/

creance

The training line attaching raptor to falconer. Up to 50 feet in length.
Found on http://raptoriduk.tripod.com/glossary_of_terms.htm
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