window bar

window bar

[′win‚dō ‚bär]
(building construction)
A bar for securing a casement window or window shutters.
A bar that prevents ingress or egress through a window.

window bar

1. A muntin.
3. A bar which prevents ingress or egress through a window.
4. A bar for securing a casement or window shutters.
References in classic literature ?
may really be beating his hands against the window bars of an asylum
He could hang himself with his handkerchief to the window bars, or refuse food and die of starvation.
She was choking with her throat; had rushed to the window for air; had near pitched out, and in catching at the window bars had cut her hand.
The kitchen has granite counter tops, refinished cabinetry, a trash compactor, a pass through window bar to the patio, and more.
Sitting on the window bar stools, we also tried a brie with fruits and chutney on ciabatta (PS4).
A police report released through the Hong Kong China News Agency late Thursday said investigators found Li Wangyang's fingerprints on the window bar from which he was found hanging last month.
47 seats including the bar, new window bar can have 6 new seats, 4-8 seats outside for the smokers, or outside dining (total 51-61).
In 1937, two inmates cut through a window bar in a work building and disappeared.
As evidence, Boies showed that an un-Feltenized OS would have a window bar across the top of the screen that reads "Microsoft Windows Update Microsoft Internet Explorer" proving that IE had not yet been removed.
There will be a panorama window bar and cafeteria at the stern of the vessel and a large duty-free shop.
In addition to the product line expansion, the store now has longer hours, a new window bar and some outdoor seating.
Li was found dead in his room with a white strip of cloth around his neck hanged to a window bar, Baozhu said.