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n. a barbiturate; a barbiturate capsule. (Drugs.) Joey is so hooked on barbs!
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Other Ridge Hill tenants include apparel retailers: GAP, Delia's, Desigual, Old Navy and Republic of Couture; restaurants: Barbes and Elevation Burger; gift store Yankee Candle; home furnishings retailer Sur La Table; and dry cleaner, Image Cleaner.
Preachers by night; the Waldensian Barbes (15th-16th centuries).
A dazzling performance from The Manganiyar Seduction by Roysten Abel wowed the audience with their unique show, while the fantastic energy from Orchestra National de Barbes roused the weekend crowd into a frenzy.
Matthews will be joining the Paris-based Arabic supergroup Orchestre National de Barbes and other luminaries of the world music scene at Wiltshire's Charlton Park from July 23 to 25.
March 11 L'Orchestre National de Barbes Venue: Culture Hall Time: 8pm
French Orchestra National De Barbes, 8pm, Culture Hall, Free entry but limited seating.
Preachers by Night: The Waldensian Barbes (15th-16th Centuries).
In: Saif YM, Barbes HJ, Glisson JR, Fadly AM, McDougald LR, Swayne DE, editors.
As he oscillates between Barbes and Seine-Saint-Denis, Youcef combats his intense solitude and alienation by interacting with dozens of addicts, prostitutes, thieves, and even Islamist preachers: "Frequenter ces gens me donne cette illusion de me sentir un peu moins seul.
Avec 8 millions de barbes en France, je pense qu'il serait temps d'acheter des actions chez Gillette.
In May 2002, this author was himself witness to a pro-Palestinian rally in Paris's Barbes district, during which the main speaker delivered a head-spinning harangue alleging that every hamburger purchased at McDonald's creates revenues for the Israeli state which are in turn used to purchase tanks to kill Palestinian children.
Finally, after seven months of searching, the Barbes found a roomy, sunny, high-ceilinged apartment in a residential area near the Old Town.
Meanwhile, Orchestre National de Barbes hail from the African quarter of Paris, leavening their music with a more commercially jazzy feel, but mostly keeping the spirit intact.
A liberty tree occupied a corner of the Place de Greve that spring, and in May the revolutionary Armand Barbes fled to the cityhall following the failed "invasion" of the National Assembly.