outer bar


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outer bar

[′au̇d·ər ′bär]
(geology)
A bar formed at the mouth of an ebb channel of an estuary.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Telltale showering of mullet schools especially near outer bar points and creek mouths will give away the location of predators below.
The reef drops off to a deep trough and in many locations quickly rises again to the parallel-running outer bar (another reef) and along both the reef and the bar are all the yellow tailing spots you need.
They range anywhere from 12 feet of water along the beach out to 40 feet on the edge of the outer bar a couple miles offshore.
ISLAMABAD -- At least seven people were reportedly killed and 200 people were reportedly injured as the police used teargas and rubber bullets to disperse Azadi and Inqilab march protesters before they entered into the Parliament House by breaking the outer bars.
When the eight footpads on the interior bars are stuck to a surface, the outer bars unpeel their footpads and move forwards.
A problem with the four-bar design was that the mold temperature at the two central bars was the same as the sprue and 86F (30C) hotter than the outer bars. These central bars filled first and froze last, which meant filling, feeding and cooling were different from the outer bars regardless of good or bad design.
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