It is tied with the rope's working end also known as the "tail" or "end".
As such, a person needing rescue could hold onto the rope with one hand and use the other to tie the knot around their waist before being pulled to safety by rescuers.
The Federal Aviation Administration recommends the bowline knot for tying down light aircraft.
What methods do they use and how do these methods work?
In this article, we will examine the methods by which scientists use radioactivity to determine the age of objects, most notably carbon-14 dating.
At about 2 p.m., more than six hours after the crash, Houston Transtar cameras showed Interstate 10's westbound traffic backed up to Shepherd from North Post Oak, where the spill occurred.
This 4.4-mile electrically-powered, fully automated people mover system connects with Metrorail at Government Center and Brickell stations and with Metrobus at various locations throughout downtown.The bowline's name has an earlier meaning, dating to the age of sail.On a square-rigged ship, a bowline (sometimes spelled as two words, bow line) is a rope that holds the edge of a square sail towards the bow of the ship and into the wind, preventing it from being taken aback.Westbound lanes of Interstate 10 at the West Loop are expected to stay closed through rush hour after a hazmat spill shut down the highway Tuesday morning.The Texas Department of Transportation is urging commuters to find a way home that avoids the area. You probably have seen or read news stories about fascinating ancient artifacts.