from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A ridge crossing a hill or mountain road, and leading aside water flowing down the road.


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  • But as they stood so, a figure came toward them, over the high water-bar below which they had stopped.

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  • Even the water-bar will be Barbie style with a special edition of dessert Le Baiser by LadurĂ©e.

  • "However, managers also indicated that graded ski runs generally require more total summertime maintenance effort, due to erosion-control seeding and water-bar repairs," Burt said. - latest science and technology news stories

  • the single track dropped into a double-track trail with some big water-bar risers and natural formed table-tops, and the maverick was in its element. i dropped the Joplin, and lit the fuse... boosting huge lines and ripping xc weenies in half on the descent.

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