ROPES


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AcronymDefinition
ROPESRapid Object-Oriented Process for Embedded Systems (software design methodology)
ROPESRoute Analysis and Penetration Evaluation System (US DoD)
ROPESRespect Other People Equally Siempre (education program)
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He struck at the trailing rope that offended his nerves, clawed at the trap of the collar that encased his neck, fell, rolled over, offended his body-nerves more and more by entangling contacts with the rope, and for half an hour exhausted himself in the futile battle with the inanimate thing.
The ropes of varying length prevented the dogs attacking from the rear those that ran in front of them.
First the treasures were attached to the rope and then the three lovely girls.
He was overborne, swept back against the ropes, separated by the referee, and swept back against the ropes again.
On coming within sight of it the cousin, Sancho, and Don Quixote dismounted, and the first two immediately tied the latter very firmly with the ropes, and as they were girding and swathing him Sancho said to him, "Mind what you are about, master mine; don't go burying yourself alive, or putting yourself where you'll be like a bottle put to cool in a well; it's no affair or business of your worship's to become the explorer of this, which must be worse than a Moorish dungeon.
But as Numa gathered himself, a slender rope flew through the air from the low branches of a near-by tree.
You might wrap up the goods before you deliver 'm," the stranger said gruffly, and Manuel doubled a piece of stout rope around Buck's neck under the collar.
Now I'll chase ye around a piece, callin' the ropes, an' you'll lay your hand on thim as I call.
He lost a long rope on this occasion, but he knew that had it been Sabor who had thus dragged him from his perch the outcome might have been very different, for he would have lost his life, doubtless, into the bargain.
Then I made another discovery--there was a second message knotted in the rope at about the height of my head.
It is merely a very long rope which is suffered to trail from the car, and the effect of which is to prevent the balloon from changing its level in any material degree.