cot bar

cot bar

A glazing bar which connects the radial bars of a fanlight.
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The blue team used bananas and apricots for their product which they marketed as a Banana cot bar.
I thought it was there to protect him from breaking his bones or bumping his head on the cot bars," said full-time mum Lisa Gee, 26.
5 tog, from John Lewis (pounds 22-26) Sleeping bags are said to boost the safety of a child, helping to prevent the potential danger of a blanket slipping over the baby's head and also stops their feet getting stuck between cot bars.
No more kicking off the covers at bed time, no more wriggling around until her face was up the cot bars and - most importantly - no more standing up in the cot and shouting until someone comes to pick her up
Twenty seconds later he's flipped over and snoring, face down, with one arm and a foot stuck out through the cot bars.
The days when she would lie motionless in her cot are long gone and come morning I never know whether I'm going to find her on her back, her side or her tummy, more often than not with a leg or arm outstretched through the cot bars as if she's making a bid to escape.