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Definition of Crowbar

Crowbar
Crowbar Crow"bar` (kr?"b?r), n. A bar of iron sharpened at one end, and used as a lever.

Meaning of Crowbar from wikipedia

- Crowbar may refer to: Crowbar (tool), a tool consisting of a metal bar with a single curved end and flattened points, often with a small fissure on one...
- A crowbar, also called a wrecking bar, pry bar or prybar, pinch-bar, or occasionally a prise bar or prisebar, colloquially, in Britain and Australia sometimes...
- Crowbar is an American sludge metal band formed in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1990. Through infusing a slow, low-ke****, brooding doom metal sound with...
- time at least) as "no longer Gage". [H]:14 Long known as the "American Crowbar Case"‍—‌once termed "the case which more than all others is cal­cu­lated...
- A crowbar circuit is an electrical circuit used for preventing an overvoltage or surge condition of a power supply unit from damaging the circuits attached...
- known for his tenure in World Championship Wrestling under the ring name Crowbar, where he was a one time Hardcore Champion, a one time World Tag Team Champion...
- Crowbar is the second studio album by American sludge metal band Crowbar, released on October 12, 1993. It sold 100,000 copies on the now defunct independent...
- Jim Wood as Crowbar (uncredited), the Leader of the Dreads who transforms into a black Police Chevrolet Suburban. Wood's voice for Crowbar is archived...
- Crowbar was a Canadian rock band based in Hamilton, Ontario, best known for their 1971 hit "Oh, What a Feeling". From 1969 to 1970, most of the members...
- wingless, fin-guided aircraft; its appearance giving it the nickname "Flying Crowbar". Apart from the ventral ram-air intake it was very much in keeping with...
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