Definition of Bollards
1. Noun. (plural of bollard) ¹
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Definition of Bollards
1. bollard [n] - See also: bollard
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bollards
Literary usage of Bollards
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Notes on Construction in Mild Steel: Arranged for the Use of Junior by Henry Fidler (1907)
"... description—bollards—Crane roads—Floating booms— Description of cast-iron cylinder jetty with superstructure of steel girder- work—Cylinder spacing—Main ..."
2. Notes on Construction in Mild Steel: Arranged for the Use of Junior by Henry Fidler (1907)
"... adaptations of steelwork in marine engineering works —Tie-rods to wharf walls—Accessories to jetties or wharves—bollards— Strength of bollards—Details ..."
3. Light's Labour's Lost: Policies for Energy-Efficient Lighting by International Energy Agency (2006)
"EMERGING SOLID-STATE LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES AND OPPORTUNITIES Figure 7.8 Solar-powered LEDs used as architectural lighting 1*1 in bollards* Source: Kennedy, ..."
4. Practical Shipbuilding: A Treatise on the Structural Design and Building of by A. Campbell Holms (1918)
"To make fast the mooring lines, large cast-iron bollards or timber heads are ... bollards should be well secured to the deck ; if the deck is not plated, ..."
5. Ships' Boats: Their Qualities, Construction, Equipment, and Launching Appliances by Ernest Walter Blocksidge (1920)
"bollards.—Suitable bollards for lowering boats should be provided in all cases. ... The bollards should be attached to the davits in a position where they ..."
6. Wreck Inquiries: The Law and Practice Relating to Formal Investigations in by Walter Murton (1884)
"There were also 4 similar bollards over the after-hold about 10 feet from the after-bulkhead. After leaving port, portions of the three hatches were left ..."
7. A Digest of the Judgments in Board of Trade Inquiries Into Shipping Casualties by Tucker Fulton Squarey, Henry Cadogan Rothery (1882)
"Over the fore held and about 10 feet from the forward bulkhead were four ventilating bollards, standing some 2 feet above ..."