Bearer may refer to:
- Bearer (carrier) or porter, a person who carries objects
- Bearer channel, a telecommunications term
- Bearer instrument, a type of document
- Beam (structure) or bearer, a structural element
Other articles related to "bearer":
... Moscophoros (Greek μοσχοφόρος "calf-bearer") is an ancient Greek statue of cow-bearer (c ... See also Kriophoros — "ram-bearer" ...
... This category includes all instruments consisting of a simple string bearer and strings. 31 Instruments which consist solely of a string bearer or a string bearer with a resonator that is not integral to the instrument 311 Instruments with a string bearer shaped like a bar, or consisting of a ...
... The Standard Bearer of England was once an important office within the English army, especially during the times when Kings were still present on the battlefield ... As standard-bearer Henry de Essex was greatly chastised when he threw down the English Standard and claimed his King was dead in 1153 ... the Wars of the Roses, each side had their own standard bearer, such as William Brandon, standard bearer of Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond at the Battle of Bosworth field ...
... must be placed between the column or post, and a wooden bearer, for example to stop termites travelling up through a concrete or wooden post or column directly into the bearer and the rest of the building ... to 0.8mm thick galvanised steel sheet, must be placed between the post and the bearer overlapping the perimeter of the post by approximately 20mm to 40mm or more ... of the "ant capping" up through the bearer ...
Famous quotes containing the word bearer:
“Just as a person who is always asserting that he is too good-natured is the very one from whom to expect, on some occasion, the coldest and most unconcerned cruelty, so when any group sees itself as the bearer of civilization this very belief will betray it into behaving barbarously at the first opportunity.”
—Simone Weil (19101943)
“The bearer of evil tidings,
When he was halfway there,
Remembered that evil tidings
Were a dangerous thing to bear.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“No man loves the bearer of bad tidings.”
—Sophocles (497406/5 B.C.)