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microbar

[′mī·krə‚bär]
(mechanics)

microbar

Same as a dyne per square centimeter.
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At a time when many traditional pubs are struggling - and several city centre bars are going to the wall - the MicroBar is bucking the trend.
The Microbar follows some similar features and setup, and with the smart card, the possibilities, options and even terminology--witt the 12-language software--are endless.
Brothers Andrew and Anthony Hynes, the developers behind Linthorpe's Artizan bar, have submitted an application to convert the former Lloyds TSB branch at the Stokesley Road shops into a new microbar with a continental-style food offering.
From selfserve drinking spot Thirsty Souls to microbar Dr.inks serving cocktails, over 100 spirits and beers, there a new bar crawl to enjoy.
Dr.inks, Regency West Mall on Prince Regent Street The microbar, which was once a tattoo studio, serves a wide range of cocktails, over 100 spirits, and beers.
If a vertical velocity profile (microbars per second) is included in the data passed to the GUI [e.g., from a numerical weather prediction (NWP) forecast sounding], it is displayed on the lefthand side of inset A (not shown).