Entry from British & World English dictionary
A bar or rigid supporting strip between adjacent panes of glass.
- On the outside we've removed the glazing bars to introduce a flat panel of glass.
- Sand every gloss surface thoroughly to provide a key for the next coat, including the glazing bars of windows.
- So ductile iron was used for castings, mild steel was used for strengthening the main arches, and stainless steel replaced the 10 miles of glazing bars.
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