terminal bar


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terminal bar

[′tər·mən·əl ‚bär]
(cell and molecular biology)
One of the structures formed in certain epithelial cells by the combination of local modifications of contiguous surfaces and intervening intercellular substances; they become visible with the light microscope after suitable staining and appear to close the spaces between the epithelial cells of the intestine at their free surfaces.
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Meanwhile, an exhibition featuring a selection of 2,500 photographs taken at New York's notorious Terminal Bar was recently held in the Engine Room, the refurbished former exhibition hall at the Science Museum.
The rest of the players - who had been drinking in the main terminal bar and then in the bar by the departure gate - were banned from any other easyJet flight and told their money would not be refunded.
Later, he sings in Yugoslavian with Hanks and a crowd of extras in an airport terminal bar.
One film that attracted a good deal of praise was Stefan Nadelman's Terminal Bar.
Finally, the Diff-Quik method demonstrates the terminal bar (Figure 2), a feature typical of ciliated respiratory epithelium.
Hamburgers, sandwiches,and salads are the basic fare served till 3 daily at this Mission Rock Terminal bar and grill.
Step up to the Terminal Bar, situated in the station's old ticket windows, to order one of 30 Colorado beers on tap, or relax in the Cooper Lounge overlooking the station's grand hall.
The remainder of the team - which had been drinking in the airport's main terminal bar and then in the bar by the departure gate - was banned from any other easyJet flight and told their money would not be refunded.