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a horizontal bar that goes across something

game equipment consisting of a horizontal bar to be jumped or vaulted over

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long thin horizontal crosspiece between two vertical posts

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Dean Holdsworth's men were first to settle and defender Gary Warren placed a header onto the Maidenhead cross-bar from a Danny Rose corner after 10 minutes.
Johnny Rea headed in following a Smith free-kick that shook the cross-bar and Terry Robinson's neat back-header eluded the keeper for St Francis, who put in an outstanding performance.
The contract comprises an ATOX raw mill, a raw meal silo, a complete ILC two-support kiln with pre-heater, a Multi Movable Cross-Bar cooler, as well as mill gear, filters and other equipment.
So how much longer do we have to make do with the cross-bar hurdles?
This outstanding performance was accomplished by leveraging NEC's high performance cross-bar switching technology, which supports up to over 100GB/s aggregated throughput, and its unique addressing network technology for high speed cache coherency control.
Vale needed one slice of luck in the first half when Lee Miller's 33rd minute header came back off the cross-bar.
Warwick almost regained the lead immediately afterwards, but for Paul John's effort hitting the cross-bar rather than the back of the net.
H-shaped on plan, the house had two parallel wings, running east-west and connected by a cross-bar at first floor level, above a vaulted basement.
Fife were first to threaten when Paul McManus hit the cross-bar in four minutes.
Hutchison, who hit the cross-bar twice, said: "The boss had a meeting on Monday and said that our season started on Saturday.
The 128-processor Unix server Fujitsu Ltd is to ship next fall will leverage the cross-bar processor interconnect switch used in its vector processing supercomputer to provide each processor with uniform access to memory.
The second letter is then no longer distinguished by the relatively reliable feature of the extension of the upright above the cross-bar, but only by the extension of the cross-bar to the left of the upright.
By duplicating the system clock and cross-bar switch, the server also enables power and fan redundancy as well as replacement of each module without halting the system.
Five minutes after the restart Stuart Dallas rattled the Newry cross-bar.
The vehicle features jewelled look front headlights, Chevrolet's signature cross-bar grille, and taillights with a Camaro-like treatment.