water bar

water bar

[′wȯd·ər ‚bär]
(building construction)
A strip of material attached to the sill of a window or external door to prevent penetration by water. Also known as weather bar.

water bar, weather bar

A wood or metal strip which is fixed to the sill of an external door or a window to resist the penetration of water.
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A spokeswoman said: "Guests will be able to enjoy drinks and light bites from the Sky By The Water bar menu out in the Secret Garden.
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The Grainstone microfacies represent the near shore, high energy, shallow water bar, beaches and shoals environments.
Benku square, Dulovo Square and Ru#382inov Park.Koscaronice and other citiesIn Koscaronice, a water bar near Immaculata on the Main Street has opened to help people refresh themselves in the heatwave.
This new-age bar, dubbed Water Bar, will serve unlimited glasses of water sourced from cities across the country.
Once again, Old Republic had its water bar available for attendees to stop by and grab some custom fruit-infused water to drink while they wandered the show floor.
One airport lounge is trying to rectify the imbalance with a new water bar by fancy-schmancy Norwegian company Voss.
Stepping into the steaming pool, complete with water bar, is about as refined as Iceland's nature comes.
Should this fail, there are two layers of a hydrophilic water bar that will expand on contact with water.
Mayanot Eden's product range includes soda, digital minibar, water bar, personal and family water enclosures and water tanks.
The "international water bar" is represented by brands from Italy (Bolle) and Great Britain (Hildon), as well as familiar favorites from Norway (Voss), France (Perrier) and the USA (Saratoga).