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“After some prolonged mingling on Savanna's cozy patio, guests slowly but surely made their way to their respective tables, where we were treated to the restaurant's revamped, delicious menu, courtesy of Tony Fortuna (who may be the most gracious restaurant owner/host ever), and the chefs and team behind New York's T-Bar.”
““The people that are running it are from T-Bar in the city, which I love,” she said.”
“Squadron and the Fried-richshafen Raid in T-Bar which was my ex-assistant crew chiefs plane named DOUBLE TROUBLE of the 578th Bomb Squadron on March 18, 1944.”
“Meet at the Day Lodge T-Bar at 3pm 01479 861261; cairngormmountain.co.uk.”
“Amenities at the hotel include the Tuscany Restaurant and T-Bar, free high-speed Internet access in rooms, meeting space, exercise room and access to nearby health club.”
“By that point in the race, Swenson had already taken over the lead from Breck's Greg Ruckman, whom Swenson passed while skinning past the T-Bar.”
“Larissa Wedrick will be remembered with the memorial race taking place on March 12 supporting the use of helmets in sport on a T-Bar dual slalom race open to all.”
“This was a much more sophisticated and luxuriously equipped car that in 1980 became available with a T-Bar roof, and in 1981 with a turbocharged, 180 hp motor with three-speed automatic.”
“It's not magnesium oxide that is being used, it is magnesium metal -- and the industry loves the Magnesium T-Bar cast by US Magnesium.”
“The Tommy Bar or T-Bar is a simple rod used to help provide leverage to tighten or turn screws, for example I have a tommy bar to tighten the jaws of my three jaw chuck.”
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