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- n. metal that is cast in the shape of a block for convenient handling
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To pry the steps apart, Richard used his knife and a rusty metal bar Kamil found for him.
The single metal bar for exercise — pull-ups, inverts, and the like — sliced across the cell, low enough that he had to duck to avoid it.
“This is the Métro,” Juliette said as they stood in a subterranean hall and fed their tickets into a yellow machine so the metal bar in front of them would let them through.