Recent Examples of handrail from the Web
Today, the cave has been wired with lighting and lined with handrails to entertain crowds of tourists; Jesse James' signature, in pencil and soot, is visible on a wall not far from Brad Paisley's.
Remove rugs or fix them to the floor, install bright lights where needed and consider putting up handrails in the bathroom and along stairs.
Publicly, $4 million has been spent on the renovated CEO building and $1.5 million was spent on new handrails and video scoreboard at Ripken Stadium.
The southbound Honda drifted off South 55th Avenue and hit a utility pole, a fence and a mental handrail before spinning and coming to a rest facing northward, officials from the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office said.
The project, funded by the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority, will include new benches and other furniture, pavement, landscaping, handrails, lighting, a floating fountain and other amenities.
Archaeologists discovered a trove of other artifacts at the site, including two tables, black-and-white mosaic tiles, a wooden railing or handrail, frescoed wall fragments and decorated brickwork.
There they and a group of student volunteers used synthetic swabs to wipe handrails, ticket kiosks and floors to collect samples of bacteria.
This seems like common sense, but always pause for a very brief moment before going down the stairs, and use the handrail.
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First Known Use of handrail
HANDRAIL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of handrail for English Language Learners
: a narrow bar placed on the side of a walkway or a flight of stairs that you can hold as you walk
HANDRAIL Defined for Kids
Definition of handrail for Students
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