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The definition of a stripe is a long thin line that is somehow different from what is on either side of it.
A narrow strip or band of fabric, especially a fine fabric such as satin or velvet, finished at the edges and used for trimming, tying, or finishing.
A strip steak.
The judges of these courts.
A cheap, noisy bar or dance hall.
(--- Slang) A disreputable or run-down bar or nightclub.
A place for the illegal sale and consumption of alcoholic drinks, as during Prohibition in the United States.
An establishment where beer, ale, etc. are brewed
An informal restaurant or a room in a restaurant where grilled foods are served.
A small wine shop or restaurant where wine is served
A restaurant having such a counter.
A table or board on which money is counted and over which business is transacted; a shop tabletop on which goods are examined, weighed or measured.
Something, esp. money, bet, as in a wager, game, or contest
A simple machine consisting of a bar that pivots on a fixed support, or fulcrum , and is used to transmit torque . A force applied by pushing down on one end of the lever results in a force pushing up at the other end. If the fulcrum is not positioned in the middle of the lever, then the force applied to one end will not yield the same force on the other, since the torque must be the same on either side of the fulcrum. Levers, like gears, can thus be used to increase the force available from a mechanical power source.
(Zoology) The main axis of a feather, especially its distal portion.
(--- Sports) A starting block.
(Sports) A grind rail.
A tool for raising or moving something by leverage; lever, crowbar, etc.
A device used to circumvent a locking mechanism; a slim-Jim.
(Bot.) Any of the main veins in a leaf
A spar that connects the tail surfaces and the main structure of an airplane.
A poke, thrust, or stab with a stick or similar object:
A tapering wooden shaft extending from the front axle of a wagon or carriage and attached by chains or straps to the collars of a span of horses
An ecclesiastical court.
An upright structure of wood, stone, brick, etc., serving to enclose, divide, support, or protect
(Surveying) A series of points, with angles and distances measured between, traveled around a subject, usually for use as ""control"" i.e. angular reference system for later surveying work.
Something that serves as an obstacle; a barrier:
Something resembling the flower of a plant:
To exclude or shut out; bar.
To create a blockade against.
To send or put away; get rid of
To leave out or omit from consideration; reject:
To bar or hinder the progress of; obstruct or delay
To segregate is to separate a group of people because of race, gender or religion, or to set apart or keep separate.
The definition of blacklist is the act of censuring or discriminating against someone.
To pass or extend over
To get the better of or prevent from happening by craft or ingenuity
The definition of frustrate is to hinder someone's plans or efforts, or to make someone feel annoyed because you are hindering their efforts or refusing to cooperate.
To prevent or try to prevent by disapproving or raising objections or obstacles
To prevent; preclude:
Outlaw is to ban something or make something illegal.
To refuse to accept, submit to, believe, or make use of:
The definition of exile is to send someone away or ban him from coming to his country.
To stop or keep (from doing something)
To ostracize is to deliberately exclude or leave someone out.
To stop temporarily
To refuse to have any dealings with.
To decline to do, accept, give, or allow something.
To refuse to believe; reject:
To refuse to allow; reject as untrue, invalid, or illegal
To command against the doing or use of (something); prohibit:
To ban is defined as to stop people from doing something.
To prohibit (an action or thing) or forbid (someone) to do something, especially by legal or ecclesiastical order.
(Electronics) To interfere with or prevent the clear reception of (broadcast signals) by electronic means.
To stop or seal with a cork
To close or lock with a latch.
To secure or lock with or as if with a bolt.
To hinder the activity or free movement of.
To buy stolen goods for resale, or receive them on consignment.
To fasten the lock of:
Benefit or profit; gain:
The action of helping; assistance:
To remove the bar or bars from; unbolt; unlock; open
To remove the wrapping from:
To open or make loose; untie, unlock, undo, etc.
To free from restraint; to set at liberty.
To allow; consent to; tolerate
The definition of allow means to permit or to give permission.
To allow or warrant
To remove obstructions or entanglements from; clear:
Include is defined as to contain, enclose or consider as part of a whole.
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