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gravity bar

[′grav·əd·ē ‚bär]
(mining engineering)
A 5-foot (1.5-meter) length of heavy half-round rod forming the link between the wedge-oriented coupling and the drill-rod swivel coupling on an assembled Thompson retrievable borehole-deflecting wedge.
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Tourism Ireland invited influential Canadian food bloggers and journalists to attend a fun cookery demo with Clodagh and Justin OConnor, executive chef at the Guinness Storehouse helping to spread the word about the superb culinary experience on offer right around the island of Ireland.
The offer includes two nights at the 5-star Merrion Hotel in Dublin, with a trip to the nearby Guinness Storehouse, where Guinness was created.
GARDAI attended a flats complex near the Guinness Storehouse on Friday night after reports that shots were fired in the area.
One way these iconic brands are deepening customer loyalty and engagement is by transforming their traditional tasting rooms and facilities tours into evocative brand home destinations--none more so than the Guinness Storehouse, located at St.
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MUST SEES 1 GUINNESS STOREHOUSE YOU can't visit Dublin without taking a drop of the black stuff - and the Guinness Storehouse is a must.
Prince Philip accompanied the Queen to the Guinness Storehouse earlier, where the Royal couple were shown how the "perfect pint" is poured.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will also go to the Garden of Remembrance, Croke Park, the National War Memorial Gardens in Islandbridge and the Guinness Storehouse.