In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The lanyard is held snug by the elasticity of the cord and by an adjustable slide consisting of interlocking O-rings.
- As with the cap, the loop is fairly flexible but after some tugging and pulling with the lanyard in place, the loop never tore.
- But this action put tension on the parachute lanyard, allowing the rotor downwash to partly inflate the chute.
- Little things like checking on the lanyards or the boat insurance can keep you young and happy in spirit.
- The other three laughed and got the lanyards rigged up.
- The number two person ran the lanyards, swayed the munitions, and installed impulse carts in all the loaded stations.
- As the engine was lowered, the lanyard had actuated a valve that drove the hoist to its stowed position.
- When using vertical lifelines, use a lanyard 2 or 3 feet shorter than the standard 6 feet.
- I looked first at the camera, saved by the lanyard round my wrist.
- The gadget can be worn with a belt clip or a lanyard.
- This year in San Diego, a lot of people were wearing badges that were not clipped-on or pinned but were instead on a little lanyard around their necks.
- Several models come packaged with a handy lanyard.
- Each lanyard had a picture and seemed to be an ID of some kind.
- Readers with even sharper eyes spotted the buttons of his jacket were on the left; his lanyard was on the left; his beret badge was on the right, and the trooper beside him had her name-tag on the wrong side.
- I think that the most basic lanyard is a simple blank metal ball chain.
- These five ounces also includes four ‘AA’ batteries and a lanyard!
- I was given a lanyard and told to wear my credentials at all times.
- They gave me a lovely nametag and lanyard and then turned me loose in the gaming room.
- Just throw the included lanyard around your neck and take a walk.
- In addition to wearing a lanyard around the neck, it is not unusual to see lanyards attached to the wrist, waist, backpacks, and others.
- He had a lanyard around his neck with laminated tags on it.
- Those lanyards are for keeping them safe - just loop them around your wrist.
- She unsnapped the lanyard from around her neck and slid her school ID in between the door and its frame.
- The lanyard is designed to secure small objects, such as badges, keys, cell phones, and other small items.
- I walked out the door swinging my lanyard and smiling.
- This promotional lanyard is an ideal marketing device to promote the business, or event.
- Scattered about the room were t-shirts, lanyards, business cards, and various other samples of printed materials.
- Now, perhaps, we won't even be able to keep them in our inside pockets, but should keep them strung on a lanyard around our necks where they can be seen by both the police marksmen and the potential muggers who would steal them.
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