Even if bag snagging
doesn't catch on, these three will continue to keep the trees trash free.
As a result of separate investigations by the Consumer Product Safety Commission of problems with clothing snagging on playground equipment and fences, clothing manufacturers developed industry standards for drawstrings on childrens' clothing.
Snagging incidents in school buses have declined, but in 1997 a Maryland girl was dragged after a drawstring snagged, as was a Rhode Island girl in 1998 when her backpack became wedged in the handrail.
Snagging occurs when something gets wedged between the body of the bus and the lower end of the handrail or in the door itself.
Over the past ten years, an average of nine school-age children died as occupants of school buses, and 22 were killed as pedestrians struck while getting on or off the bus (including those who were killed in snagging incidents).
Many anglers, who don't like continually snagging
the bottom using shot or lead ballweights, are turning to tubular depth controllers.
Bigger frogs sometimes do the same, but they more often extend their tongue fully and let it do the snagging
REPORTS of leaky, flawed and defective homes have resulted in an explosion in the number of new home snagging companies - but new homebuyers must choose which firm to use carefully.
Ask if the inspectors are qualified and experienced - anyone can set themselves up as a snagging inspector.
A snagging inspection can pay for itself by rectifying the defects the developer is obliged to deal with.
As well as minor snagging, a room-by-room sweep of the building by surveyors revealed more serious flaws.
Dr John Gibbons, the Scottish Executive chief architect and a former Holyrood project boss, said: 'The quality of workmanship has not left a lot of outstanding snagging.
Aikin said they enticed the gator toward the shore by trolling the bait closer and closer, finally snagging
him with a treble hook that had been donated to the zoo by an alligator trapper from Florida.