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- n. A barrier across a toll road or toll bridge that is lifted when the toll is paid
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- n. a gate or bar across a toll bridge or toll road which is lifted when the toll is paid
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Your tollbar is, well, a toolbar below the bookmarks toolbar.
We recrossed the River Sark, the boundary here between Scotland and England, the famous tollbar through which eloping couples had to hurry before they could reach Gretna Green.
Near as it is to our own, we were doubtful of the way, and determined to inquire of our opposite neighbor, who keeps the old Brompton tollbar.
These are especially noticeable if you try to fo to a place like Malwarebytes directly out of Yahoo although typing the address into the tollbar still works.
When I type "- toolbar" it asks for a name "Enter tollbar name or [ALL]:" - I then
On my computer, it is configured like this for RocketLaunch tollbar. anomoly
Im looking for an experienced freelancer who can generate me 10.000 Us signups. for a signup to be vaild the user will must complete a small survey or install a free tollbar.
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