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rappel

(ră-pĕl′)
To slide down a rope, as in a lifesaving rescue.
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Il s'agit d'un des plus gros rappels du constructeur ces dernieres annees.
Mr Rappel added: "It has been suggested that the Newport Marathon could generate PS1.1m for the local economy.
A l'instar de ces travaux, le rappel stimule se veut interessant, car il permettrait de proposer une tache de lecture a l'eleve, d'utiliser l'enregistrement video pour le questionner sur les processus auxquels il a recours, puis d'effectuer des liens avec ses performances pour mieux comprendre son action (McTavish, 2008).
* Once you have placed it correctly, you will get Rappel Hold X (Xbox 360) and Square (PS3)
Guide services provide a harness, helmet, and other equipment and will teach you how to rappel. Wear hiking clothes and closed-toe shoes.
Mahjoor, Prince Andrew (the younger son of Queen Elizabeth) and a handful other brave souls will go onto the outside wall of The Shard September 3 at an altitude of 1,056 feet (322 meters) and rappel down the side, presumably being very careful where they place their feet since the building is entirely clad in glass.
Park rangers managed to rappel down to the injured man, who was helicoptered to safety and was being treated in hospital for wrist, ankle and neck injuries.
Plus there are other challenges such as wall climbing, rappel (abseiling down an icy cliff), ice-mining and snowballs.
" It was a great experience to rappel down the fort wall which was about 40 feet high," says Mumbai- based Dinesh Dayal, CEO of a multinational company, who recently went with his staffers to Khimsar as part of an offsite team- building exercise.