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126<br> &#10137;<s>to produce</s> ^<i>attempt</i> a jam.  This can be facilitated<br>by making the hitch thus:-<br>Stop <u>a</u> to <u>b</u> as before.<br>[long horizontal line]<br><u>Slip Snood Knot</u>.^<i>follows p127.)</i>(name unknown.)<br>To make: Take two turns with the snood [?]. <u>ab</u><br>round the big line; than taking <u>a</u> behind <u>b</u><br>& round ^<i>to</i> <s>by</s> the right in front of it, make<br>an overhand running knot against <u>b</u> as<br>indicated. - Uses: To fasten snood lines to<br>sea fishing lines so that they may quickly be<br>undone, ^by pulling  <u>a</u> (The hook is on <u>b</u>) <u>J. Bickerdyke</u>:"Sea Fishing" p208.<br>([Bad?].Libry.)
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126<br> &#10137;<s>to produce</s> ^<i>attempt</i> a jam.  This can be facilitated<br>by making the hitch thus:-<br>Stop <u>a</u> to <u>b</u> as before.<br>----<br><u>Slip Snood Knot</u>.^<i>follows p127.)</i>(name unknown.)<br>To make: Take two turns with the snood [?]. <u>ab</u><br>round the big line; than taking <u>a</u> behind <u>b</u><br>& round ^<i>to</i> <s>by</s> the right in front of it, make<br>an overhand running knot against <u>b</u> as<br>indicated. - Uses: To fasten snood lines to<br>sea fishing lines so that they may quickly be<br>undone, ^by pulling  <u>a</u> (The hook is on <u>b</u>) <u>J. Bickerdyke</u>:"Sea Fishing" p208.<br>([Bad?].Libry.)

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126
to produce ^attempt a jam. This can be facilitated
by making the hitch thus:-
Stop a to b as before.
----
Slip Snood Knot.^follows p127.)(name unknown.)
To make: Take two turns with the snood [?]. ab
round the big line; than taking a behind b
& round ^to by the right in front of it, make
an overhand running knot against b as
indicated. - Uses: To fasten snood lines to
sea fishing lines so that they may quickly be
undone, ^by pulling a (The hook is on b) J. Bickerdyke:"Sea Fishing" p208.
([Bad?].Libry.)