they seek to shackle the oil and gas companies by imposing new controls
A pair of fetters connected together by a chain, used to fasten a prisoner's wrists or ankles together
Used in reference to something that restrains or impedes
society is going to throw off the shackles of racism and colonialism
A metal link, typically U-shaped, closed by a bolt, used to secure a chain or rope to something
A pivoted link connecting a spring in a vehicle's suspension to the body of the vehicle
a restraint that confines or restricts freedom (especially something used to tie down or restrain a prisoner)
pinion: bind the arms of
a U-shaped bar; the open end can be passed through chain links and closed with a bar
fetter: restrain with fetters
(shackled) fettered: bound by chains fastened around the ankles
A shackle, also known as a gyve, is a U-shaped piece of metal secured with a clevis pin or bolt across the opening, or a hinged metal loop secured with a quick-release locking pin mechanism. ...
Shackled was a bondage magazine published by London Enterprises and distributed by Lyndon Distributors. It depicted bound and disciplined women.
(Shackles (song)) "Shackles (Praise You)" is the debut single by singer-songwriter duo Mary Mary. It was first released in 2000 and has since been dubbed the signature Mary Mary song as it ultimately raised the profile of the duo in the gospel music industry. Stan North of GospelFlava. ...
(Shackles) A restraining device worn around the ankles by prisoners to stop them from escaping.
(Shackles) A variety of metal U shaped connecting devices.
(Shackles) Constant cleaning quality while saving on labour cost due to Undine®.
(Shackles) metal hoops and chains put round the necks, wrists and ankles of (usually male) enslaved people to restrain them
The part of a padlock which passes through an opening in an object or fits around an object and is ultimately locked into the case.
a metal clip mechanism than can be used to connect something and also to release it when activated. Some kiters use a schackle on their spreader bar to connect their chicken loop.
A metal U-shaped connector that attaches to other fittings with the use of a pin that is inserted through the arms of the U.
a U-shaped metal fitting used as a connection for line, cable, or chain and which has a pin secured through its end by a nut cotterpin, or screw threads. back
Clevis or U-shaped metal fitting with a pin through the ends (32).
A handy device for connecting things together. There are many types, but most consist of a "U" of metal, together with a removable metal piece that closes the top of the "U" to make an "O". ...
Metal fitting for attaching ropes to blocks, blocks to pad eyes etc.
encrypt, a method of encoding sensitive information, such as unit locations, in order to be able to send the information over a clear (unsecured) channel by radio (eg: "Snoopy One-Six, Six Actual, go to RP Red Two and Shackle Lima Lima Kilo, over."). ...
A U-shaped crook with an eye in each end, through which a screw bolt is passed. Variously used, and are often preferred to hooks. (Fig. 93.) There is a shackle at every fifteen fathoms of cable, so that by unshackling it the cable can be divided into many parts. ...
U' shaped metal loop with a pin which closes the top of the 'U'. With the pin screwed in place the shackle can be used to join items of rigging equipment together e.g. drifts and spansets.
1.A greatly varying unit of length, most often used for measuring the length of anchor chains. Shackels were used to join lengths of anchor chain and thus could be counted when the anchor was dropped or raised. These lengths could be anywhere from 75 to 100 feet. ...
A U-shaped piece of metal, closed with a pin across the end, used for securing parts of the rigging to each other.
a U-shaped piece of iron or steel with eyes in the ends, closed by a shackle pin.