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Definition funny of Bollard:

urbanA word used to describe Chavs that get in the way, noting the uncanny similarities between a chav and a bollard.

urban"did you see that?! that bollard just got right in my way"

urbanA thick post on a ship or wharf AKA dock or pier, used for securing ropes and hawsers..

urbanTo tie down the ship you put the rope around the Bollard. I`m about to cast off take the rope off the Bollard.

urbanEating more than you're own body weight in cakes and buns within the course of a day.

urbanI'm so hungover I could do a bollard

urbanTerm used by the English meaning "balls."

songs

Songs about Bollard:

songsThe Bollard by Wuthering Heights from the Album Far From The Madding Crowd

songsBollard by Beyond The Fringe from the Album Beyond The Fringe: Music From The Original Broadway Cast

songsBollard by Dudley Moore from the Album Words...And Things

songsBollard by Firebird from the Album Firebird

songsThe Bollard by Wuthering Heights from the Album Far From The Madding Crowd

songsBollard by Alan Bennett, Jonathan Miller, Dudley Moore Peter Cook from the Album Beyond the Fringe: Live At Carnegie Hall, Vol. 1

songsBollard (Beyond The Fringe) (1996 Digital Remaster) by The Cast of Beyond the Fringe from the Album The Complete Beyond The Fringe

books

Books about Bollard:

booksNever Mind the Bollards: Full-Colour Book To England's Rock & Pop Landmarks (Footprint - Lifestyle Guides) by Max Dr Wooldridge (Jan 25, 2011)

booksBollard: Webster's Timeline History, 1824 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)

booksBollards can help secure high-profile office buildings.(SECURITY: Protective Design & Construction): An article... by Toby Hansson (Sep 1, 2006)

books21st Century U.S. Military Documents: Civil Engineer Guide to Expeditionary Force Protection (Air Force Handbook... by U.S. Government, Department of Defense, U.S. Military and U.S. Air Force (Oct 11, 2013)

booksThe Case of the Punt Gunner's Bollards (Daveshorts) by David Pearce (Mar 18, 2014)

booksISO 3913:1977, Shipbuilding -- Welded steel bollards by ISO TC 8/SC 7 (Aug 23, 2007)

booksTHE BOLLARD, PORTLAND, MAINE, JUNE 2011: NPR'S OTHER ENEMY, A JAILHOUSE INTERVIEW WITH JOHN CROSBY by CHRIS BUSBY (2011)

wiki

Wiki information Bollard:

Bollard
Product category

A bollard is a short vertical post. Originally it meant a post used on a ship or a quay, principally for mooring. The word now also describes a variety of structures to control or direct road traffic, such as posts arranged in a line to obstruct the...

Bollard pull

Bollard pull is a conventional measure of the pulling power of a watercraft. It is defined as the force exerted by a vessel under full power, on a shore-mounted bollard through a tow-line, commonly measured in a practical test under test conditions...