tollbar


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tollbar

(ˈtəʊlbɑː)
n
a bar used as a barrier to traffic, lifted to allow passage only after a toll has been paid
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Noun1.tollbar - a gate or bar across a toll bridge or toll road which is lifted when the toll is paidtollbar - a gate or bar across a toll bridge or toll road which is lifted when the toll is paid
gate - a movable barrier in a fence or wall
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MOLDGREEN Under 14s looked impressive in their new kit as they beat Doncaster Tollbar 48-10.
Fifty-two students have already been excluded for a day at Tollbar Business and Enterprise College in New Waltham, Lincs.
A Peugeot 106 and Nissan Almera collided last night on the A1018 Ryhope Road where it joins Tollbar Road, Grangetown, Sunder-land.
The pounds 57 million A45/A46 Tollbar End junction scheme will provide a two-level junction carrying the A46 under the A45 London Road to replace the existing ground level roundabout.
The man took the keys to the car and fled from Tollbar Road into a nearby estate.
The new range of fresh premium marinades from Voyager Foods, Tollbar Road, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, tel:0191 549 5700 may also be used as dressings for salads and vegetable mixes.
Christine Skellon, SPI (Southampton Photonics), 3 Wellington Park, Tollbar Way, Hedge End, Southampton, UK.
I THINK that the roadbuilders who have been working on Tollbar Island deserve our thanks and admiration for completion of a job well done.
The new bridge is part of the A45/A46 Tollbar End improvement scheme, which will increase capacity, improve journey times and safety.
64-mile National Circuit will certainly lend itself to top end power and with the Tollbar Racing team of Hill and Thomas Carnaby having enjoyed most success at power circuits this year, Lloyd knows he will have to fight incredibly hard.