A transverse bar or piece, as a bar across a door, or as the iron bar or stock which passes through the shank of an anchor to insure its turning fluke down.
A horizontal arm that is attached to a sign. The crossbar typically runs perpendicular to the sign's face and parallell to the building's facade. It is used with guy wires to help stabilize building-mounted signs.
The bar, which can be raised and lowered, that is placed between two standards for the high jump.
Wood or metal bar placed in a flask to give greater anchorage to the sand than is afforded by its four walls.
a horizontal bar that goes across something
game equipment consisting of a horizontal bar to be jumped or vaulted over
long thin horizontal crosspiece between two vertical posts
The goal post that is parallel to the ground.
Electro-mechanical exchange system in which connections are made by actuating bars in a crossing matrix.
The horizontal part of the goalpost.
The horizontal part of a letterform that connects two segments. Example: the bar of an uppercase H.
connective bar placed in horizontal position.
Bar that a person can hold for support or balance while exercising. CrossRamp A term used for the ramp on its elliptical crosstrainers. It lets the user vary the angle of the elliptical stride with the touch of a key, so that the user can target different muscle groups during the workout. Crosstrainer Another name for elliptical cross trainers. A machine similar to steppers, but instead of moving your feet up and down, feet actually move in an elliptical motion. This eliminates the high impact on joints. Varying the incline can mimic skiing, hiking, climbing or cycling.
This is the horizontal bar that is eight feet off the ground and connects the goal posts.
The horizontal bar along the top of the goal
The horizontal bar which connects the base of the two uprights.
the structure that connects the two sides of a wafer carrier at the bar end of the carrier and is used to align the carrier to processing equipment. [SEMATECH] Also called a bar or an H-bar.
horizontal stroke that connects two strokes in capital letters such as or
The horizontal member of a roof timber set supported by props located either on roadways or at the face.
the horizontal beam that forms the top of a goal and sits on top of the two posts.
The 24-foot horizontal bar or beam that forms the top of a goal. The crossbar sits on top of the two goalposts, eight feet above the playing surface.
The structure of the goal that connects the two upright goalposts. Law 1
The horizontal or diagonal stroke of a letterform that usually connects two stems, as in A and H.