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gatepost

gatepost
A post, usually one of a pair, between which a gate swings or slides; see hanging post.
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A metal handle with a wire loop attached can be securely fastened to the top of the gatepost by means of a flat platform that is bolted onto the post.
45 Chester 1pt win at 6-1 with Hills (5-1 generally) Gatepost 3.
Having dropped a stone in the ratings this season, Gatepost ran a cracker when last seen at Chester.
Richard Fahey, trainer of Kaldoun Kingdom, El Viento, Gatepost and Valery Borzov "Kaldoun Kingdom has been running well all year.
When he returned he realised the bag had not been claimed and hung it on a gatepost.
The blue plaque will be unveiled by Sir Frank's son, Ian Whittle, on a gatepost of the engineering department.
Outside on the gatepost was sprayed in black 'a racial traitor lives here'.
Miss Mallinson, of Ridgeways, Linthwaite, said: "Witnesses told me the car skidded into him What made it worse was that he was thrown headfirst into a stone gatepost which caused the head injuries.
Those sentenced yesterday included Jake Hurley, 23, of Parkland Close, Toxteth, who was caught with PS340 of heroin and cocaine but was bailed and caught again five days later with PS720 of drugs on top of a gatepost where he had taken up a spot dealing.
On form the two that stand out are the aptly named Tough As Nails and Mick Channon's Gatepost, who both have form in the best juvenile races run this season.
A THREE-YEAR-OLD girl who died yesterday after being trapped between her mother's car and a gatepost in a school car park has been named by police.
Both systems work by being triggered either by a sensor in a gatepost or a pressure pad buried in the earth.