drop bar

drop bar

[′dräp ‚bär]
(electricity)
Protective device used to ground a high-voltage capacitor when opening a door.
(mechanical engineering)
A bar that guides sheets of paper into a printing or folding machine.
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The updated Divano ($849) and Carema (womens: $849) offer an aerodynamic drop bar option; while the Strada ($1,149) and Carema Pro (womens: $1,149) have also been updated for 2010, and provide extra gearing for long, fast road rides.
Sneaking off to the popular Sportsman Pub run by Mario and Barbara Betes to catch a re-run of a Premiership classic might be a touch obvious, but The Last Drop bar could offer an escape route.
Self-adjusting mechanical drop bar safety system with electronic monitoring
This drinks was created by mixologist Julia Gharib for the Drop Bar at The Hermosa Inn in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
Guests can also visit Green Valley Ranch's three bars, including The Drop Bar, which is located in the center of the casino and provides a 360-degree view of all the gaming action.
Temper mentor Kay told magistrates he would drop Bar ton "like a stone" if he stepped out of line and it looks like he is running out of patience.
Norwegian Bjorn, who plays for Lillestrom, was at The Last Drop Bar in the La Manga resort when he stumbled into a group of English men, sparking a bar brawl.
Window grills for the few windows on a small factory unit, some form of bollards/barrier in front of the vehicular access door (I once saw an excellent drop bar system supplied and installed for pounds 150), and a heat/motion spotlight on the front of the unit, will not add substantially to the development costs, but will certainly appeal to the prospective occupier.
Flynn's technique on the road bike flashed a lot of lateral motion that indicated drop bars and a light bike were not what he is used to riding.
On older injection machines with safety drop bars, processors often lift the bar and don't reset it, says Niigata's Zulas.
The drop bars are not too low and the front pegs are well forward, meaning your wrists won't complain too much after a long journey and you won't end up looking like the hunchback of Notre Dame when you get off.