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bollard

1. a strong wooden or metal post mounted on a wharf, quay, etc., used for securing mooring lines
2. Brit a small post or marker placed on a kerb or traffic island to make it conspicuous to motorists
3. Mountaineering an outcrop of rock or pillar of ice that may be used to belay a rope

Bollard

A low single post, or one of a series, usually made of stone or concrete, set upright in the pavement, closely spaced to prevent motor vehicles from entering an area.

bollard

[′bäl·ərd]
(civil engineering)
A heavy post on a dock or ship used in mooring ships.

bollard

A low single post, or one of a series, usually stone, set to prevent motor vehicles from entering an area.
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5 million commitment in the September Capital Plan for permanent bollards in Times Square, and will commit in excess of $50 million to commence the broader rollout of new protective measures in public spaces, including 1,500 new bollards as part of an initial installation phase.
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Bollard also said the Philippines is a "good place to start the work " in terms of services, noting its vast contribution in the services
In the meantime, Bollard said the Philippines, as host of the Apec meetings this year, has steered the discussions to three main topics: micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs); trade in services, and resilient communities.
Access Fixtures lighting specialists recommended 189w LED flood lights for the parking lot, 12w LED square bollards for pathways and gardens, and 12w vandal resistant landscape luminaires to up-light palm trees and signs.
The accumulation of debt owed by individual firms and households, and borrowers disappointed that incomes and asset prices have not gone on rising as they expected are "clearly playing some role in the low rates of growth New Zealand has seen in productivity and GDP," Dr Bollard said.
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