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Chapter 4 Deck Seamanship
edges. Inset A of figure 3-40 shows the end view of the regular  shoemaker's  stitch.  Inset  B  shows  the  variation. Leather,  of  course,  handles  and  sews  much  easier  if it is soaked in water for a few minutes. SUMMARY In this chapter, we discussed the purpose and use of various knots, bends, and hitches, and the correct method of applying seizing to wire rope and whipping on a line. We also discussed the uses of the eye and short splices. During your naval career, you will be called upon to  act  quickly  in  an  emergency  or  during  routine  duties to have proficiency in the act of tying knots, bends, and hitches. Your ship's leading Boatswain's Mate, who is well qualified from years of experience, will help you in mastering any of these procedures. Do not hesitate to seek assistance if you need it. 3-30

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