One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A screw with a loop for passing a cord through, instead of a slotted head.
- ‘She tethered the gelding to one of the short chains dangling from screw eyes imbedded in the wooden planks of the walls.’
- ‘The chain will link one screw eye to a corresponding hook.’
- ‘Turn all screw eyes parallel to the board short ends, so the cords will run through them easily.’
- ‘A large screw eye, carefully pried open, closed around your couplings and then screwed into a stake, will anchor the system.’
- ‘Thread one end of the remaining cord through all but the last screw eye, then down the row of shade rings in the second-to-last row.’
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