Halyard

is a rope used to hoist and lower a flag.

Halyard

a rope used to hoist the mainsail

Halyard

In sailing, a halyard or halliard is a line (rope) that is used to hoist a ladder, sail, a flag or a yard. The term halyard comes from the phrase, `to haul yards`. Halyards, like most other parts of the running rigging, were classically made of natural fibre like manila or hemp. ==Sail types== ==Fastenings== Halyards can be attached a number of .....
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halyard

(from the article `rigging`) ...and sails, such as jibs, are manipulated for trimming to the wind and for making or shortening sail are known as the running rigging. The running ...
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halyard

[n] - a rope for raising or lowering a sail or flag
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halyard

halliard noun a rope for raising or lowering a sail or flag
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Halyard

Hal'yard (hăl'yẽrd) noun [ Hale , transitive verb + yard .] (Nautical) A rope or tackle for hoisting or lowering yards, sails, flags, etc. [ Written also halliard , haulyard .]
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Halyard

A line that hauls a yard.
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halyard

A line used to hoist a sail, spar, or flag
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Halyard

A line used to hoist and hold up a sail.
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halyard

A line used to raise and lower the sails. External halyards are located outside the mast; internal halyards pass through the inside of a hollow mast.
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Halyard

Line for hoisting sails or flags.
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halyard

rope or tackle for hoisting and lowering sails
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halyard

rope or tackle for hoisting and lowering sails
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Halyard

The line used to hoist a sail, generally attached to the headand running down the mast to where it can be used to tension the luff.
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halyard

The line used to hoist the sail or a spar up the mast.
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Halyard

the line used to raise and lower the sail
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Halyard

utility rope for raising or lowering moving parts of extension ladder.
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Halyard

utility rope for raising or lowering moving parts of extension ladder.
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