See also:gear, tackle, equipment in general, but early applied particularly to the
See also:armour of a soldier, including the trappings of the
See also:horse; now the general
See also:term for the gear of an animal used for draft purposes, traces,
See also:collar, bridle, girth, breeching, &c . It is usually not applied to the
See also:saddle or bridle of a
See also:riding animal . The word, in its
See also:original meaning of tackle or working apparatus, is still found in
See also:weaving, for the mechanism which shifts the warp-threads to
See also:form the "
See also:shed," and in
See also:hanging, for the apparatus by which a large bell is hung . The New
See also:Dictionary quotes an early use of the word for the lines,
See also:rod and hooks of an
See also:angler (Fysshing with an
See also:Angle, c . 1450) .
ADOLF HARNACK (1851– )
CLAMEUR DE HARO
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