joint bar

joint bar

[′jȯint ‚bär]
(civil engineering)
A rigid steel member used in pairs to join, hold, and align rail ends.
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Tenders are invited for 1,800 lf 136re new rail, 479 9"x11"x8~-3" concrete ties, 39 - c-clips for joint bar, 31 - 136re 6-hole head free joint bar assemblies toeless, 240 - 1" dia x 6" or 6-1/2" long track bolts, 4 sets of compromise bars.
By way of celebration the Star Inn held a joint bar take-over with the Lockwood brewer and its "landladies", Mallinson's.
The joint bar manager at Aberystwyth's the Nag's Head has promised not to wear his normal attire until January 12, 2015, deciding instead to wear a different onesie every day.
The joint bar "broke away, it became detached and came out of its housing", said Pierre Izard, the SNCF's general manager for infrastructure.
R&UP sales increased due to higher volumes and prices for crossties and incremental sales of rail joint bar products.
According to Koppers, the company provides CSX with various other types of rail joint bar and track component products, treated railroad crossties and other related products and services.
CDATA[ The 'Mizrachi boys' - all four of them - celebrated their joint Bar Mitzvah in style, 13 years after the birth of the quadruplets.
He is also clerk and secretary for the Four Rivers Charter School Committee, president of the Franklin County Bar Advocates and a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association Joint Bar Committee.
Regarding "Right on Track" from June 2007, on page 28 the author states, "According to Strang, a 5 mm crack can degrade a joint bar as much as 80 percent.
A few of us from the Lagger House made our way into a little bowling alley with joint bar, owned by a short Samoan guy with no teeth.
The National Lawyers Guild has joined with 14 other lawyer groups to form the Joint Bar Coalition specifically to battle the Civil Rights Initiative.

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