crossarm

crossarm

(ˈkrɒsˌɑːm)
n
a horizontal bar or arm
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Destructive bending tests were performed on crossarm samples of southern pine (Pinus spp.
The plant will be at Zip-O-Log Mills' Pennington Crossarm Co.
3% of the time, used the crossarm below the supplemental perch 3.
Istrizuju plysiu modeliavimas vertinant gelzbetoniniu konstrukciju skersines armaturos itempius [Diagonal Cracks Modeling Evaluate Reinforced Concrete Construction Crossarm Reinforcement Stresses], Te Journal of Civil Engineering and Management 8(1): 24-29.
It then carried the prey item to a nearby utility-pole crossarm where it proceeded to strike the bird with its talons until dead, and began plucking and eating the breast and head.
Accessories include a 180-degree crossarm mounting bracket, an aluminum top visor, and a polycarbonate vandal shield.
In some areas, demand for alternatives is indeed growing, according to Patrick Bischel, president of Northern Crossarm Company of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, a pressure-treated wood producer.
First, remove the old stopper body by slipping a pair of wide-nose pliers in the drain and wedging it against the crossarm that's typically there.
Metal halide floodlights should be mounted on L-shaped metal crossarms because of their weight and the torsion they exert on the crossarm.
The head of Christ and the foliated terminations of the crossarm transform the atrium cross into an animate, anthropomorphic being (Neumeyer 107).
A 5-inch-long rotating shaft, also made of stainless steel, is welded to a brass hub on the crossarm of the anemometer.
It bought the Pennington Crossarm plant in 1986, Hallstrom said.