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149<br>along to make all round and<br> smooth & marling behind it, little<br> by little until all is done. (fig 3). <br>[caption] 3.<br>Uses: To nip ropes, chains etc. together; to secure the cable to the messenger (an endless chain) for weighing thee anchor (N 160.T)  The nipper is used in some such way as is shown in figs 1 & 2.
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149<br>along to make all round and<br> smooth & marling behind it, little<br> by little until all is done. (fig 3). <br>[caption] 3.<br>Uses: To nip ropes, chains etc. to-<br>gether; to secure the cable to the<br> messenger <i>^(an endless chain)</i> for weighing thee anchor <br>(<u>N.</u> 160.T.)  The nipper is used in some <br>such way as is shown in figs 1 & 2.<br>Characteristics: a loose temporary <br>seizing.
Characteristics: a loose temporary seizing.
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149
along to make all round and
smooth & marling behind it, little
by little until all is done. (fig 3).
[caption] 3.
Uses: To nip ropes, chains etc. to-
gether; to secure the cable to the
messenger ^(an endless chain) for weighing thee anchor
(N. 160.T.) The nipper is used in some
such way as is shown in figs 1 & 2.
Characteristics: a loose temporary
seizing.