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Meanings and phrases
- gymnastic apparatus consisting of two parallel wooden rods supported on uprights; parallel bars
Stars and Bars
- the first flag of the Confederate States of America; Confederate flag
- gymnastic apparatus consisting of two parallel wooden rods supported on uprights; bars
- The first is a straddled Healy twirl on parallel bars.
- Liukin won the silver medal in the all-around and on the parallel bars.
- Pete, wearing nothing on his upper body, shows off for Saadia, giving her a private demonstration of his skills on the parallel bars.
- lock up or confine, in or as in a jail; imprison; incarcerate; lag; immure; jail; jug; gaol; put away; remand
- a pair of parallel bars set at different heights; used in women's gymnastics; uneven parallel bars
- She finished second on balance beam and uneven bars.
- Ross won the uneven bars and balance beam competitions.
- Individually Downie qualified for the uneven bars final.
- a pair of parallel bars set at different heights; used in women's gymnastics; uneven bars
- He confesses to the murder and is put behind bars.
- The prize for respondents is "20 years behind bars."
- So they set a big trap to put Induchoodan behind bars.
- The resort has a handful of bars and restaurants.
- The square is lined with numerous pubs, bars and restaurants.
- Several bars and restaurants were also located at Münsterstraße.
- The resort has over 50 restaurants and bars.
- Several restaurants and bars operate on the Rose Quarter property.
- boasts a 1.6 kilometer long stretch of stores, restaurants and bars.
- pulling people out of gay bars to cheers.
- Many gay bars can be found on Colfax Avenue and on South Broadway.
- The gay bars around Sheridan Square and down on West Street were packed.
- It was stabilized by iron bars inside the body.
- The small square windows originally featured meshed iron bars.
- Tellers were behind iron bars and removed from their customers.
- Today the area is known for its thriving bars and clubs.
- There are no gay organisations, venues, bars and clubs, or pride events.
- Zipaquira is also famous for its night life and different kinds of bars and clubs.
- While there her fortune, much of it in the form of gold bars and valuable paintings, disappeared.
- Raju's client is the Penguin who plans to pay Dollmaker some gold bars in exchange for Batman's body.
- The possible existence of £12 million worth of gold bars remains in doubt with no proof of their existence.
- The number 21 appeared when Karen paid NZ$21 for chocolate bars.
- He purchased hard biscuits, dry sausages, hard candy, and chocolate bars.
- Chocolate manufacturers produce a range of products from chocolate bars to fudge.
- Larger specimens sometimes develop four to six lighter vertical bars on the back half of its body.
- The standard line once again inherited the De Luxe look for 1940, this time with body-colored vertical bars.
- The early preproduction models can be identified by the grill, which is divided in two and has vertical bars.
- The group performed in local bars before Baker met Beth "B.A.L."
- Sales are primarily done through growlers and kegs sold to local bars.
- DJ Cameo began his DJing career in 1997 playing in local bars and clubs in West London.
- It is preceded by a few bars of The Whitlams' song "Gough".
- In these areas there are also a few bars, a pizza restaurant and two hair salons.
- Much of the lake is undeveloped but there are a few bars and restaurants along the lake.