Draw bridge

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Coast Guard regulates draw bridge operations and bridge design over navigable waters in the United States.
Europe can pull up the draw bridge and starve within its own borders.
Glasses were round and wire-framed, hearing aid bulbous and flesh-coloured, with a cord thick enough to pull down a draw bridge.
Mike Ashley -- the great business gambler -- has pulled up the draw bridge while he fights an increasingly fraught civil war hundreds of miles away at Ibrox.
No way Gisele lowers the draw bridge after this performance.
The adjustable work station works like a draw bridge with 7 strand 550 cord straps on both sides with locking slider providing the desired height and durability.
Our diners will be getting the true taste of Asian cuisine along with a great experience."At first glance, the restaurant looks more like a castle surrounded by a moat and a draw bridge inviting guests into the unknown.
CLEAN-UP BEGINS Workers try to move boats and debris from the New Jersey Transit's Morgan draw bridge
He's sadder than the motorist who saw a sign saying 'draw bridge ahead', but didn't have a pencil with him.