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Old 02-07-2007, 12:54 PM   #5
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Although "invisible" could refer a provisional c/o, I think that in this case, they're probably asking for tubular (aka kitchener c/o). I say this because a provisional c/o would not really be interchangeable with half hitch. Caveat: if you're not starting out with single rib, then it's probably not tubular. If you are, then I'm almost positive that you want tubular.

Half hitch can refer to either backward loop (aka single) or long tail (aka double) c/o depending on the source.

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