J-bar


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J-bar

(jā′bär′)
n.
A J-shaped bar, suspended from a moving system of overhead cables, by which a skier is towed uphill.
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J-Bar started with six dumpsters and now has 54 dumpsters in its San Angelo fleet.
The second option: Use the overhead-mounted J-bar davit to lift the fully assembled rotor head from its station.
Fred Pabst, Jr.--founder of what is now known as the Bromley Ski Resort in Vermont and whose father established Pabst Blue Ribbon beer--built small, "J-bar" ski areas throughout the Northeast, including on Prospect Mountain in 1938.