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crossbar

1. a horizontal beam across a pair of goalposts
2. a horizontal bar mounted on vertical posts used in athletics or show-jumping
3. the horizontal bar on a man's bicycle that joins the handlebar and saddle supports

crossbar

[′krȯs‚bär]
(civil engineering)
In a grating, one of the connecting bars which extend across bearing bars, usually perpendicular to them.
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Key Capability: The extender crossbar is a low-cost, high-quality standardized product that can be assembled into any number of customized systems.
Electrical (current-voltage, or IV) measurements of crossbar devices containing eicosanoic acid exhibit a controllable, two-state switching behavior that is due to the presence of the molecular layer.
If your crossbar doesn't have a threaded hole for a ground screw, connect a ground wire to it with a special grounding clip.
The doubling of capacity combined with the high bandwidth of Hitachi's crossbar switch architecture and virtual storage ports are key differentiators between Hitachi's products and the competition.
The upper crossbar can be raised or lowered to accommodate paper targets of varying size.
TOKYO, May 24 Kyodo The Ministry of International Trade and Industry on Monday ordered a Japanese company to recall its line of Taiwanese-made folding bicycles to check for a crossbar defect, ministry officials said.
The bases of the crossbar standards should be padded with thick foam to reduce the severity of injuries caused by landing on them.
The technology calls for a nanoscale crossbar switch structure to be layered on top of conventional CMOS (complementary metal oxide silicon), using an architecture HP Labs researchers have named "field programmable nanowire interconnect (FPNI)" - a variation on the well-established FPGA technology.
A SCHOOLBOY broke his neck when he was crushed by a falling football crossbar in PE.
After an online video which generated over 30,000 views after only three weeks, starring Jonas Gutierrez, Danny Simpson, Mehdi Abeid and Ryan Taylor, Phil Pearson and Ryan Kelsey were the two lucky people chosen to take part in the Pulman crossbar challenge.
The home side were unlucky not to take the lead in the second minute when Harry Pell nodded against the crossbar from a cross by Joe Heath.
Andrew Bond then fed Henderson, who lifted the ball over home keeper Josh Lillis, but it clipped the crossbar.