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  • ;<small>Idea/Original (lame-O version) - [[User:J.Davison|Joe Davison]]<br /> ;Final System - [[User:Bluegoblin7]]</small>
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  • #{{User|Bluegoblin7}} - Founder
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  • ...ge has been created and protected in order to avoid repetitive spamming. [[User:Akela NDE|Akela]] - <small>[[Special:Emailuser/Akela NDE|yaw]] [[:fr:Discus
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  • ...ge has been created and protected in order to avoid repetitive spamming. [[User:Akela NDE|Akela]] - <small>[[Special:Emailuser/Akela NDE|yaw]] [[:fr:Discus
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  • * Chairman [[User:Kazam|Sami Kiesiläinen]] * Vice Chairman [[User:Kontti|Antti Kontiainen]]
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  • ...iling device can be removed from the rope without being unclipped from the user's harness. ...ust also be easily removable from the rope without being detached from the user. Knots such as the Prusik, [[Bachmann knot|Bachmann]] and [[Klemheist]] are
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  • ...shelter, a traditional bivy sack typically cinches all the way down to the user's face, leaving only a small hole to breathe or look through. Many campers
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  • ...ually pulled towards the user, with the sharp edge of the blade facing the user. The drawknife can be used to remove large slices of wood, or can shave lik
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  • ...- The administrator can limit access to pages and user addable content by user or by group *Approval system for user addable content
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  • ...ive, but this allows the cane to used for stability in a way that lets the user shift much of their weight onto the cane and away from their weaker side as ...walker (tool)|walkers]], which are held in front of the user and allow the user to lean heavily on them.
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  • ...that do not use batteries, but rather depend on mechanical movement by the user to generate enough electrical current to power a miniature [[incandescent b ...is a [[flashlight]] or pocket torch which stores energy in a flywheel. The user squeezes a handle to operate a small [[electrical generator#Dynamo|dynamo]]
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  • ...o drink hands-free. Most hoses end with a "bite valve" that opens when the user bites down on it; the valve may be protected by a dust cover. Some hydratio
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  • ...es]], a '''hydration system''' is an [[apparatus]] intended to promote its user's drinking enough liquid to support the physical effort involved in the act * a light hose to convey the beverage to the user's mouth, and
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  • ...it draws air into the mattress. When the mattress has fully inflated, the user simply closes the valve. To increase firmness, a few lungfuls of air can b
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  • * Create a [[Scoutwiki:User account|user account]]
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  • ...accumulated garbage. Combustible items will be reduced to ash. A fire pan user can [[Leave No Trace]] of their previous fire because the ashes can be coll
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  • * Create a [[Scoutwiki:User account|user account]]
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  • ...s warning devices or as safety devices serving to attract attention to the user. Some cyclists use a whistle as a substitute for a [[bell (instrument)|bell ...in that they are usually flat, so that water cannot collect inside if the user is immersed, for example after falling overboard from a boat.
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  • ...y inflated to the ambient air pressure of the surrounding environment, the user simply closes the valve. To increase firmness, a few lungfuls of air can b
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  • ...ll the Escouts services together and to improve the experience for the end user <ref>{{cite web |title=Escouts Rebranding |url=http://www.escouts.org.uk/fo ...asier. It allows the easy calculation of Route Card values and enables the user to plan a whole hike online at no cost. It is intended to be used by Scouts
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  • * {{YouTube user|23wsj|23rd World Scout Jamboree}}
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  • ...antages : The extra thickness may be seen as an advantage as it allows the user to feel the end of the rope coming into the hand, for example on a bucket l
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  • ...is. A well made pistol lanyard can be easily removed and reattached by the user, but otherwise will stay connected to the pistol whether it is drawn or in
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  • Billhooks would have once been made by the local [[Blacksmith|smith]] to the user's specifications but now sizes and shapes are standardised. The handles are ...all hook at on the back of the blade - useful to pull the wood towards the user. Dutch hooks commonly have a straight blade and are shown in rennaissance p
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  • ...s for smoothing rough-cut [[wood]] in hand [[woodworking]]. Generally, the user stands astride a board or log and swings the adze downwards towards their f
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  • ...of the space depicted by a map in order to provide a useful tool for that user. ...puterised maps with route-planning and advice facilities which monitor the user's position with the help of satellites.
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  • | $59 for new user for 1 year
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  • ...onal-forest-winters-bayou|title=Winters Bayou Scenic Area|first=Super|last=User|publisher=}}</ref> This 27-mile (43&nbsp;km) section of the trail has [[Nat
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  • ...blade has a single curving edge and a flat back. The flat back allows the user to place a thumb or his other hand on it to concentrate the force. Puukkos
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  • ...his old scouter and merit badge instructor, who rarely uses the newer name user:Fabartus 4 Feb 2007--->
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  • ...els include a "spare" Krypton incandescent bulb in the tailcap, giving the user the option of switching to incandescent light if they so choose, or in the
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  • ...relative position of the two images will remain steady, and as long as the user can determine when the celestial object touches the horizon the accuracy of ...ge, no side error exists. If it passes to one side, side error exists. The user can hold the sextant on its side and observe the horizon to check the sexta
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  • ...rticularly locking models) have a small knob, disk or hole that allows the user to open the knife quickly with one hand. Another approach is the ''Carson f .... This system has been determined not to be a mechanical release since the user actually starts the blade with a push of their finger not a release or butt
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  • ...nship]] and world peace." <ref>[Original statement from article author, [[User:MainTour| Bryce R Hall, 2018]], posted here on 01-Sept-2018]</ref>
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  • ...ut on open channels. If you wish to exchange this information with another user please use private messaging.
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  • ...segments. These are the space segment (SS), a control segment (CS), and a user segment (US).<ref>globalsecurity.org [http://www.globalsecurity.org/space/s ==== User segment ====
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  • ...dcraft Folk's General Council sit on the board of British Youth Council; [[User:Lloyd rm|Lloyd Russell-Moyle]] and Elle Dodd.
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  • ...l knots are much more practical in most situations. Thus the prudent knot user will always allow for a large [[Factor of safety|safety margin]] in
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  • .... Some styles of binding utilize a cup for the toe. It is important that a user be able to manipulate these straps easily, as removing or securing the foot ...helps smooth the snow underneath and compacts it even better for the next user.
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  • ...ors and staff. Also offers camps free directory listings with photos and a user rating system.
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  • * The [[Human skin color|skin type]] of the user.
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  • ...nship]] and world peace." <ref>[Original statement from article author, [[User:MainTour| Bryce R Hall, 2018]], posted here on 01-Sept-2018]</ref>
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  • ...y pivot to align itself with the magnetic field. It is then labeled so the user can distinguish the north-pointing from the south-pointing end; in modern c
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