Noun(1) a strong post (as on a wharf or quay or ship for attaching mooring lines
(1) The vehicle was travelling towards Whitefield when it struck a traffic bollard , hit a parked car and rebounded into the shop front.(2) Sensors and cameras were installed so that taxis, buses and emergency vehicle could continue driving through, while the bollard would rise to prevent unauthorised vehicles.(3) He is featured on the cover, placing a line around a bollard as a ship enters port at Newport Naval Base.(4) He said Mr Rhodes had not anticipated the traffic bollard in the middle of the road and had lost control after being forced to make a harsh steering manoeuvre.(5) They used a traffic bollard to smash six windows.(6) Wilf gave up his efforts to secure the towline, leaned against the starboard bollard and grinned with enjoyment as he sat there watching his grandfather, who was used to doing things his own way, fume impotently.(7) One later said later it was like being in a rally car as Stubbs entered a roundabout at speed and skidded into a traffic bollard , demolishing it.(8) Working away from the shot we passed over an area of recognisable decking before taking a belay off a mooring bollard .(9) Pairs of bollards are mounted on thick steel plates and are consequently found together even after the rest of the wreck is just a pile of scrap.(10) More than 200 residents have already been issued with special electronic passes to ensure they will be able to raise and lower the two bollards upon leaving or entering the area.(11) As you come to the stern, you'll see a metal structure that was once the deck roofing; bollards and mooring cables, airducts and a winch are still clearly visible.(12) Bitts and bollards , by the way, are for tying rope around, not redirecting it.(13) Interesting features along the edge of the deck include a hoist and pulley, a huge pair of bollards and similarly sized deck cleats.(14) They and police want to install moving bollards to prevent motorists from driving along the pedestrianised route.(15) The wooden decking is still reasonably intact, though crowded with fittings to support the ship's boats and bollards for securing the boats.(16) The absence of litter, graffiti and weeds was commended, but the street furniture, bollards , seating and railings would benefit from fresh painting and staining, they said.
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