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point bar

n.
A low, curved ridge of sand and gravel along the inner bank of a meandering stream.
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The ripple cross and horizontal laminations indicate deposition in the abandoned channel/oxbow lake or at the point bar or crevasse splays.
Moving on to terminal B, passengers will be able to discover the City Point Bar , a bar-cum-restaurant specially designed by Areas.
A given value of a variable can be mapped to the point bar at the top of the graph and there is a point value for that given value.
(2009): Counter point bar deposits: lithofacies and reservoir significance in the meandering modern Peace River and ancient McMurray Formation, Alberta, Canada.
The West Point bar hadn't been as busy since VE day in 1945 and at about 10pm everyone went home.
NBI Special Investigator 3 Chester Aldwin Celon ended up in the custody of the police after he shot 28-year-old Melford Balisi in the shoulder at Padi's Point Bar and Restaurant in SM MOA, Pasay City.
Large-scale subsurface facies architecture based on the gamma-ray log including, channel fill deposits, point bar and flood plain have been identified.
Abstract--vivianite, a colorful rare iron phosphate mineral, was recently found in a point bar of Nonconnah Creek, a stream which flows along the southern edge of the city of Memphis, Tennessee.
There's even a Mona Lisa on the wall and the focal point bar area is covered in postcards from holidays.
"We sell about 500 pounds of baked tater tots each week, either as an appetizer or entree, loaded with toppings such as cheese, bacon, pulled pork BBQ or even crab meat, with ranch dressing for dipping," says partner Tom Rivers, who runs the Fell's Point bar with his wife Mary, who designs the menu, and his brother Bill Rivers.
Alluvial forest fragments located in a point bar forest and in a floodplain (Figure 1) were studied within the Rio Sapucai watershed in the municipality of Sao Sebastiao da Bela Vista, Minas Gerais State, Southeastern Brazil (22[degrees]06'16,7"S and 45[degrees]48'26,4" W; 809 m above sea level).
The largest is a mixture of angular cobbles and boulders deposited as a point bar upstream of the junction with Deer Creek on the north bank.