water bar

water bar

[′wȯd·ər ‚bär]
(building construction)
A strip of material attached to the sill of a window or external door to prevent penetration by water. Also known as weather bar.

water bar, weather bar

A wood or metal strip which is fixed to the sill of an external door or a window to resist the penetration of water.
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Stepping into the steaming pool, complete with water bar, is about as refined as Iceland's nature comes.
Blue Water is currently developing a chain of casual dining restaurants in popular tourist destinations throughout the Caribbean under the Blue Water Bar & Grill brand and a line of award winning premium rums which include its Blue Water Ultra-Premium Rum and aged spiced Blue Water Caribbean Gold Premium Rum.
The Water Bar at One Republic is a big hit once again, with attendees lining up to get their water bottle filled with fresh fruit and refreshing infused water.
Should this fail, there are two layers of a hydrophilic water bar that will expand on contact with water.
Dubai If you believe there's nothing better than natural water, the Water Bar is just the thing for you.
THIS bank holiday weekend marks the return of United Utilities' water bar.
Our plastic windows still have these grooves and checks but they also rely heavily on neoprene or synthetic brush strips, built into the frame as both draught excluder and a water bar.
We are encouraging anyone who has one of the bottles to visit the UU marquee and the water bar inside to fill up for the day.
More than a dozen waters are exhibited at the restaurant's water bar, including Tasmanian Rain, San Benedetto, Fine from Japan, Vichy Catalan, Tau from Wales, Bling [H.
In Newport, New England, Ty Nant Spring Water is one of a selection of top bottled waters that feature in the water bar.
A giant water bar was also erected at Millennium Point and organisers served up 7,000 cups of tap water - the equivalent of 1,500 pints.