lacing cord

lacing cord
A strong cord made of cotton, linen, or synthetic fiber used for lacing fabric to an aircraft structure as well as to join wire bundles into a tight loom. In the former case, it is also called a rib-stitching cord.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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  • lacing — [lās′iŋ] n. 1. the act of a person who laces 2. a thrashing; beating 3. a cord or lace, as a shoelace 4. gold or silver braid used to trim a uniform, etc. 5. a small amount, as of liquor or a flavoring, added to something …   English World dictionary

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  • Aiguillette — An aiguillette is an ornamental braided cord most often worn on uniforms but may also be observed on other costumes such as academic dress, where it will denote an honor. Originally, the word aiguillette referred to the lacing used to fasten… …   Wikipedia

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