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- adj. Attributive form of bull bar, noun.
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My first feature film, Not Quite Hollywood -- The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation boasts amongst its diverse ingredients a marauding pack of post-apocalyptic bikers, a killer crocodile that chomps on Aboriginal children, a rampaging feral boar, various marsupial werewolves and the sight of a female animal activist stripped nude, strapped to the bull-bar of a monster truck and driven through the outback like a human hood ornament.
Crews arrived to find him out of the vehicle clinging to the bull-bar.
Man clings to bull bar in floodwaters A MAN, clinging to the bull-bar of his car, has been rescued from floodwaters over the Bruce Highway in Central Queensland.
"The karma bus has already proven to have a big bull-bar," said Adelaide chief executive
It appears however overgrown, bull-bar wearing, fat wheeled trucks have a new rival as the enemy of the planet.
A proper wrap-around bull-bar provides decent protection to the front and flanks.