T-bar

NOUN
  1. a surface lift where riders hold a bar and are pulled up the hill on their skis
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How To Use T-bar In A Sentence

  • Here I am with my little forty nine-years -- no more hair than a billiard ball, a witchgrass beard that would make good herb-tea, foundations not too solid, feet as long as La Villette -- and with all the rest thin enough to take a bath in a musket-barrel. Germinie Lacerteux
  • The T-bar features 3 separate tweak screw locations for a wide range of adjustability , and two pivot mounts for secure and reliable performance.
  • Some of the sediment load was trapped within the meanders, forming extended point-bars.
  • A number of them carried short-barreled shot-guns, which were good weapons in very dense terrain.
  • Although this one is a little raggedy and cat-barfy and needs some beeswax and…sorry. Regretsy – Let’s just cut to the chase
  • He was prepared to provide T-bar perches for installation in areas where he regularly flew the birds.
  • At NinetyEight, near Old Street in East London, an unassuming blin k-and-you'll-miss-it staircase leads to a basement www.ninetyeight-bar-lounge.com. Secret Bars Offer Whimsy Galore
  • You're lucky to get a repeat, but who needs one when the band whip out with one-time, eight-bar dalliances like the ecstatic, whirling bridge on upwardly mobile single ‘Graffiti’?
  • The theme, an eight-bar structure of stentorian semibreve piano chords, receives six doggedly unvaried statements.
  • It was the second time she had been seen wearing stack-heeled, T-bar shoes with peep-toes, and led to Ms Holmes and Mr Cruise being criticised.
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