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harness

 [har´nes]
a support device used to immobilize a body part or hold it in position.
Pavlik harness a device used correct hip dislocations in infants with developmental dysplasia of the hip, consisting of a set of straps that hold the hips in flexion and abduction.

harness

(har′nĕs)
In postamputation rehabilitation, the part of an upper extremity prosthesis that fits around the shoulder and back to permit mechanical control of the terminal device and hold the socket firmly around the stump.
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Cats have lots to purr about with Up Country's stunning selection of collars, harnesses and leads.
These harnesses are available in a wide range of colors and materials and can include padding for comfort.
Silcotec is a manufacturer and seller of cable harnesses and electronic sub-assemblies for the medical, telecommunications and computer industries.
Prices for seat belts alone start in the low $60 range and increase with the complexity of the system to about $240 for the most complex system--a five-point, rotary release system with inertia-reel shoulder harnesses.
In the years since the SENSE-ation Harness made its debut, an overwhelming number of additional front-clip harnesses have been introduced and an ever-increasing number of people now use these products.
Gorilla Inc.'s new G-Series (G30 and G20) safety harnesses are designed for more all-season comfort and complete 360-degree range of movement.
The board has also approved the merger of company's wholly owned subsidiary, MSSL Global Wiring Limited, a company engaged in the manufacture of wiring harnesses at SEZ Kandla with Motherson Sumi Systems Limited (MSSL).
Not only will both of you need to decide on what type(s) of harnesses to install, but where to get them and what FAA approvals will be necessary.
Horse brasses are the traditional decoration on draft horse harnesses, hanging from the top of the headstall, on the horse's forehead.
Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) for safety harnesses (parachute and cross-over type) MIP: 6231/001 MRC: S-1R contains requirements for marking harnesses and lanyards with the in-service date (month/year) using a permanent marker and logging these dates into a Fall Protection Equipment Log.
PKC Group, headquartered in Oulu, Finland, offers design and contract manufacturing services for wiring harnesses, cabling and electronics.
The harnesses are available in four sizes and incorporate five points of adjustability, including torso adjustors not found on other brands, to provide further sizing for a comfortable fit.