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  • It is located on the side bar of the album instead.
  • He went to the bar to get a drink while the others went to their various rooms.
  • King went and stood under the center light with his left arm bared. Cited from King--of the Khyber Rifles, Talbot Mundy
  • For each pair those bars would be one or two units wide.
  • This coal town offered more bars per thousand people than any other location in the world.
  • The two men struck up a friendship and began going to bars together.
  • A different way to indicate this is to draw a bar through the number itself.
  • Already the latter had been at the Bar L-M several days. Cited from The Short Cut, by Jackson Gregory
  • They began to play shows at bars in and around the Boston area.
  • From that room was an entrance to a smaller room with a smaller dance floor and smaller bar.
  • The following night he attempts to enter her room again, but she has barred her door.
  • He was barred from the set that day, apparently because he was so young.
  • This bar is usually pulled to allow for greater speed.
  • His arm is bared against me, and His face turned away from me. Cited from Hereward, by Charles Kingsley
  • The feet may not touch the ground or any part of the pull-up bar at any time.
  • I have sent two men on ahead to the Bar L-M. Cited from The Short Cut, by Jackson Gregory
  • It consists of the first four bars followed by the last five, without lyrics.
  • Everyone knew that the closer they got to the bar, the less distance they would travel.
  • Barring further studies because of this was also known as for political reasons.
  • Alvin Straight has not shown up to his regular bar meeting with his friends.
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Meaning of bar

  • noun A counter where you can obtain food or drink
    he bought a hot dog and a coke at the bar
  • noun A rigid piece of metal or wood; usually used as a fastening or obstruction or weapon
    there were bars in the windows to prevent escape
  • noun An obstruction (usually metal) placed at the top of a goal
    it was an excellent kick but the ball hit the bar
  • noun (meteorology) a unit of pressure equal to a million dynes per square centimeter
    unfortunately some writers have used bar for one dyne per square centimeter
  • noun A submerged (or partly submerged) ridge in a river or along a shore
    the boat ran aground on a submerged bar in the river
  • noun A horizontal rod that serves as a support for gymnasts as they perform exercises
  • noun A heating element in an electric fire
    an electric fire with three bars
  • noun (law) a railing that encloses the part of the courtroom where the judges and lawyers sit and the case is tried
    spectators were not allowed past the bar
  • verb Prevent from entering; keep out
    He was barred from membership in the club
  • verb Secure with, or as if with, bars
    He barred the door