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An overhand pitch; an overhand stroke.
An overhand pitch.
Holding all nine strands together, tie an overhand knot with a tail of about three inches.
Then using the end of the line with the knot in it, tie another overhand knot around the length of the line.
A Fisherman's Knot is formed from two identical overhand knots pushed together but it is only suitable for small diameter ropes or twine.
The usual method of working metal-mines is by overhand and underhand stoping, using rock-filling,, or pillars of mineral to support the roof.
Tie the string in an overhand knot and cut off any excess.