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gatepost
A post, usually one of a pair, between which a gate swings or slides; see hanging post.
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The council's historic buildings adviser adds: "While the relocation of the gateposts will affect their historic integrity it would allow them to function as intended in a meaningful context.
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings said that it would "prefer" that the gateposts are left where they now stand, and urges newly-designed posts at the north-western entrance "sympathetic to its historic setting".
Mr Lazenby had been trying to push his Ford Escort out of his drive when he became jammed between the vehicle and gateposts.
The driver's door then became wedged on the gateposts but the weight of the car kept going forward, trapping and crushing him.
Keep to the track and turn left through the gateposts at the folly, along Meal Hill Lane to the junction with Sheffield Road.
The signs, which farmers can display on fences and gateposts, mark a new partnership between NFU Cymru and the Kennel Club.
REACHED by a sweeping driveway through carved stone gateposts is Holmleigh, this doublefronted Georgian detached house.
Small blue plaques are appearing on walls and gateposts.
QI HAVE two gateposts that I paint every year with Sandtex exterior paint.
The "welcome home drunk husband" came from the offshoots that rolled off roofs onto the stonewalls and gateposts that enclosed the front yard.
Sometimes, however, the gateposts shift over time, and the latch no longer reaches the hole it is supposed to go into on the post.