a pontoon bridge
Before Mrs Bs arrived, I was playing pontoon with Kerstie.
During a 30-hour river closure, winch wires were being secured to both banks of the river and used to tow the floating pontoon on which the bridge rested.
The Port Service's crane toppled as the Able Seaman was lifting a steel workbench from the tray of a semi-trailer on to a pontoon being used for maintenance work on the sail training ship Young Endeavour.
In blackjack, or pontoon as it is known in Britain, the aim is to get a hand that totals 21, or as near 21 as possible without going over.
he got me to go into his room for a hand of pontoon
We trundled off, hiked up a steep incline of jagged coral, past poisonous trees and cat-sized frogs, and ended up at an unprepossessing wooden pontoon at the edge of a vast lake.
The Marines began laying their own pontoon bridge to carry over their heaviest trucks.
If true, this could persuade the EU to pay for a Hungarian operation to lift the wreckage - and possibly for a high-level bridge to replace the Novi Sad pontoon .
In the early morning of 11 December, Burnside's engineers began laying pontoon bridges.