cross bar

cross bar

In a grating, one of the connecting bars which extend across bearing bars, usually perpendicular to them; where they intersect the bearing bars, they are welded, forged, or mechanically locked to them.
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So tall was he that his hat actually brushed the cross bar of the doorway, and his breadth seemed to span it across from side to side.
The J-cradles are mounted to the cross bar and hold your kayak at a 45-degree angle.
A minute later, Shabab Al Ahli Dubai were denied by the woodwork as Senegalese marksman Makhete Diop's pile driver hit the cross bar.
For the Motown superstar it was a clear case of 'Ain't No Cross Bar High Enough
Jeddah FC got its best chance to increase lead the in 23rd minute when their midfielder Ajmal passed the ball to sprinting striker Ameer who brilliantly lobbed to Manaf Veeran whose powerful header defeated keeper but went just above cross bar.
He said:"To select a goalmouth for training was easy as two goal posts were being subject to vandalism by two different sets of youths; one set was sat atop the cross bar whilst others were trying to knock them off.
It features loose pad in gray cowhide with head roll in leather and a two-toned gloss enameled base with light blue cross bar and basalt supports.
Richard Baker tested Imps keeper Nick Townsend early on and David Morgan forced him to tip his speculative shot onto the cross bar in the 17th minute as the signs were encouraging.
The second is described as a purple ladies mountain bike with Rampage written in black on the cross bar.
The HQL Cross Bars are energy and labour efficient and cost efficient, and you can change 30 hanging positions on one cross bar in the time it takes to change one hook.
com "John Terry has pulled himself off brilliantly on to the young right-back" - IAN WRIGHT "He's one of the best headerers of the ball in the game" - IAN WRIGHT "West Ham have had plenty of shots on goal, a lot of them off-target" - CHRIS KAMARA "If that ball had dropped to a West Brom player who'd put it in the net, that would have been the equaliser" - TREVOR FRANCIS "It certainly would have crept under the cross bar if it was on target" - ALAN SMITH "We were de-fragmented" - DAVID FLITCROFT "Cardiff's owner is a billionaire.
To Betis' credit, they fought back with a penalty from Jorge Molina and came close to equalizing as they hit the cross bar late on.