GATES

Are used in ski racing to define the line that the racers must follow. Two basic building blocks are used to construct courses: an Open Gate, in which the turning pole and the outside pole are horizontal to each other, and a Closed Gate, in which the poles are vertical. The following gate combinations are used in setting Slalom courses:
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Gates

Gates vary: lifting barriers; normal soft skinned gates, which can be clad as an extension to the cover-from-view screen, strengthened gates which can resist small arms or projectiles; blast and vehicle bomb resisting gates. Gates are designed for the specific location and threat. They are most effective if used in pairs as lock gates; or in a laby...
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gates

Structures composed of one or more protein molecules that regulate the passage of ions through channels within the cell membrane. Gates may be chemically regulated (by neurotransmitters) or voltage regulated (in which case they open in response to a threshold level of depolarization).
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Gates

Traditional designs from sawn or round wood timber as well as original and unique designs.
Found on http://www.coppice-products.co.uk/Glossary.htm
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