Running highwayman's hitch
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|Running highwayman's hitch|
|Names||Running highwayman's hitch, mooring hitch, sliding sheet bend, draw hitch|
The running highwayman's hitch, mooring hitch, or sliding sheet bend is a hitch knot tied by looping the end of the rope around an object, and then fixing it to the standing part with a highwayman's hitch.
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