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bollard

A pillar or post, usually consisting of a metal pipe anchored in concrete and then filled with concrete,placed near building corners,loading docks, entrance doors, and gas pumps in order to protect them from automobiles; may be left natural, painted,or covered with plastic bollard covers.

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6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Access Fixtures, an industry leader in commercial and industrial LED lighting, provided one of their energy-efficient LED bollard lights to be showcased at the Green Technology event in Pasadena, Texas.
The bollards were put up to cut down on congestion in the road.
The bollards were installed in 2010 as part of a move to protect shoppers from traffic.
Albert Sayers was unable to get his |fresh produce to his stall after retractable bollards jammed
Market Cross company manager Dawn Welsh said she had raised concerns with Middlesbrough Council about the bollards not working before the robbery.
The two men lifted the bollard off the little boy but he died in hospital from head injuries.
In addition to bollards, Reliance Foundry provides a variety of ferrous and nonferrous castings, including cart wheels, marine products and bike parking products.
Urban design consultant John Dales claimed most "keep left" bollards were unnecessary, not least because British drivers were taught to drive on the left before sitting the driving test.
Thousands of the village's stone bollards, which stop cars parking on grass verges, need a fresh coat.
Thirty-six of the bollards, which are being placed outside the Bishop Street courthouse in Derry, will be retractable.