Randle-bar, ran′dl-bar, n. the horizontal bar in an open chimney on which cooking-vessels are hung.
The banks of keys were broad and there was a kind of chair, or stool, fixed on a horizontal bar in front of them.
In horizontal bar exercises the “breast-up” is executed in the same way, but it is seldom used in getting up on the bar.
For in the Gym they came across Hugh disporting himself on the horizontal bar, where he performed cleverly.
After the first fortnight try hanging by the two hands on the horizontal bar and swinging lightly back and forth.
This is done by means of a horizontal bar placed behind the knife and parallel with it.
Within six vesica-shaped panels are placed quatrefoil ornaments, each divided by a horizontal bar.
Next I grasped a horizontal bar and chinned myself fifty times with one hand.
For this purpose a horizontal bar armed with vertical cutting chisels is used, which cuts Shaft boring.
A couple of pronged sticks are driven into the ground to serve as props for a horizontal bar.