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A bollard is a short vertical post used in maritime contexts for mooring or towing craft, or on land for traffic control.
Bollard may also refer to:
- Alan Bollard (born 1951), the current governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand
- Bob Bollard, producer of almost all of Harry Belafonte albums from 1959 through 1965
- John Bollard (judge) (1940–2009), judge of the New Zealand Environment Court
- John Bollard (politician) (1839–1915), New Zealand politician
- John Bollard (Catholic priest) (born 1965), a former Jesuit known for suing the Society of Jesus over claims of sexual harassment
- Richard Bollard (1863-1927), a New Zealand politician
- The Bollard, an online alternative news publication in Portland, Maine
- USCGC Bollard (WYTL-65614), a cutter ship operating in Long Island Sound and north to Narragansett Bay
- Bollard, snow or ice shaped to form an anchor point, in mountaineering
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