tie bar

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tie bar

[′tī ‚bär]
(civil engineering)
A bar used as a tie rod.
A rod connecting two switch rails on a railway to hold them to gage.
(geology)

tie bar

1. A flat bar used as a tie or a tie rod.
2. A deformed bar, embedded in a concrete construction at a joint and designed to hold abutting edges together; not designed for direct-load transfer.
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Of the six Iowa men in their group photo (not shown), five wear a German silver disc as a tie slide, and three have a fingerwoven head sash.
EYE BALL Down's Sean McQuoid and Robert Young of Grove tangle in Saturday's cup tie SLIDE RULE Andrew Telford of Downpatrick with Grove's Oran Calder in Saturday's Steel & Sons Cup quarter-final
For example, when the craftsman saws out a tie slide or cuts out armband strips with metal shears, the cutting results in rough edges.
With a hugely-popular selection of cuff links, tie slides, earrings, pendants and charms, FA Welch was one of the first jewellers to start making Liver Bird jewellery over 40 years ago, and proudly designs and manufactures each piece in-house.
HEADS UP: Bjarni Vidarsson nods home (above; while Li Tie slides in to tackle David Mannix
Everton's Li Tie slides in for a challenge during Monday's mini derby held at the Racecourse
Inset (top tobottom): Hasselbaink heads in Chelsea's second,Carlo Cudicini catches under pressure from Kevin Campbell, Wayne Rooney holds off Marcel Desailly and Scot Gemmill congratulates Lee Carsley after his goal; MIDFIELD BATTLE: Li Tie slides in to tackle Chelsea's EmmanuelPetit