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  • In parbuckling up an incline let the rising
    end (or ends) come off above the object (as
    in the figure). In parbuckling down let it
    (or them ) come off below, if two; above if
    only one rope is used. Always use two
    ends if the incline exceeds 10[degree symbol]. (A.200.). If
    the object has projections and is being taken
    along as flat even plane solids must be
    placed so that the projections do not touch
    the surface of the plane. Or tie any
    available material such as branches,
    stuffed bags, clay & round the object so
    as to facilitate its rolling.

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