Leash [noun]

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Apple also held a tight leash around not only the creative assets but also targeting data and detailed reporting information.

That goes for well-trained dogs, too, because once you take the leash off, a lot of factors will be beyond your control.

For one, you don’t really have control when you let the leash spool out, and while you’re supposed to be able to reel it back in, they sometimes malfunction.

For a medium-size dog, she suggests a ½- to ¾-inch-wide nylon leash.

If you don’t want to knot up your lead, you can buy a leash that has two or three loops sewn in.

Be careful when going off-leashBefore you set your dog free, make sure you know the leash laws in your area.

Nicholson and John Lawrence were there; could they hold those warrior-tribes in subjection, or, better still, in leash?

The little page who answered the door held in leash an Arab greyhound larger than himself.

Imperturbable, on the platform, he seemed to be holding in leash the Wendover train whose engines were throbbing for flight.

Kathlyn, seizing the leash, followed like the wind, hampered though she was by the apron.