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A leash attached to a belt and then tied to a fixed object in a pool to allow one to swim 'laps' in a pool that is too small to do so

tether

to tie an animal up by the head or neck so that it can graze but not move away. See also barton tether.
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com/1134752/bitcoin-price-fell-6-yesterday-after-tether-reported-a-31-million-hack/) Quartz , Tether developers blacklisted the address with stolen tokens so the funds can't be liquidated or moved.
Since multitethered chain-type satellite system consists of N satellites connected by N - 1 tethers in a chain configuration, the dynamics of the model could be described by 3 N generalized coordinates.
By introducing fiat currency (digital cash) to the bitcoin blockchain, Tether makes a significant contribution to a more connected bitcoin ecosystem by adding bitcoin benefits, such as instant global transactions, to traditional currency and traditional currency benefits, such as price stability, to digital currency.
The tether is stored on a motorized reel and can be reeled out upon request from the ground.
extensions, which act as internal tether points built into the buckets.
5 cm) with tethers (length I to 10 cm) that vary in size depending on the population and season.
Rules for tethered animals Make sure your animal can get to clean water at all times in a container that it can't knock over Make sure your animal is properly fed Check your animal and its tether twice a day If grass is the only food the animal is getting, move it to another place every 24 hours If there is no natural protection from the wind, make a windbreak Exercise your animal daily
In the past, tethers did not usually come with car seats, so owners had to contact the manufacturer to get one and then have a car dealer install an anchor point.
Tethers could also keep the International Space Station aloft.
The working principle of electrodynamic tethers is not new, but the application to space transportation will be revolutionary," says Les Johnson, principal investigator of the ProSEDS experiment.
256-544-7061), are experimenting with tethers in an effort to reduce the use of propellants, which would sharply cut the weight of launch vehicles and provide a cost-effective method for reboosting spacecraft.
The British public believe supermarkets should back higher welfare for pigs and only sell meat produced in the UK without the use of sow stalls and tethers.