Bar clamp

a clamp having two jaws attached to a bar, one fixed and the other adjustable by means of a screw mechanism.

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  • Bar code

    a series of lines of varying width, printed, as on a container or product, that can be read by an optical scanner to determine charges for purchases, destinations for letters, etc. compare universal product code. to put a barcode on. contemporary examples this likely includes aiming your camera at the bar code featured in newsweek. […]

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