eyebolt

[ahy-bohlt]
noun
a bolt having a ring-shaped head.

Origin:
1760–70; eye + bolt1

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eyebolt (ˈaɪˌbəʊlt)
 
n
a threaded bolt, the head of which is formed into a ring or eye for lifting, pulling, or securing

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These reference diagrams illustrate how to find the eyebolt locations based up the center of the sphere.
The power cable had been run through an eyebolt on the pump motor and connected to the pump motor leads.
There shall be two eyebolt anchor points for each can.
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