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barb

n. a barbiturate; a barbiturate capsule. (Drugs.) Joey is so hooked on barbs!
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Fugiko Suginohara, Representative of the Board of Directors; Yukie Noguchi, Director; Masashi Onishi, Director; and Unuma Toshihide, Auditor, along with an interpreter, invested a day with Barb learning her Staging methods and how to interact with sellers.
Last year, Kantar Media was awarded an additional contract to provide BARB with census measurement, direct from web player servers, of the number of online TV viewers downloading or streaming TV content across computers, smartphones and tablets.
Mr Jones said he found it "very odd" that Barb figures for S4C programmes produced by Tinopolis suggested that as many as 10-15% of viewers were taking part in competitions promoted as the shows went out.
Barb worked with comedians and performers on the alternative cabaret circuit, including Julian Clary, Alexei Sayle and Arnold Brown.
Quill PDO[R] is an absorbable polydioxanone monofilament with bidirectional barbs that pull through tissue in one direction and catch in the opposite direction.
Stockport to Memphis marks a significant new direction for Barb because she has included five self-penned numbers in the setlist - and very good they prove to be.
Barb thought of them and they treated her as family.
Barb, 60, told the ECHO: "I just got so fed up of seeing wrappers and cans and paper lying about, I started going out and clearing it up.
Barb Swehla planned and attended the 2010 Labor Retreat April 25-27, 2010
Barb Wire is set in Steel Harbor, "the last free city," during America's Second Civil War in 2017.
Barb (as she preferred) died before her time, only 61 years old, working fulltime as Remote Community Nurse at Bundarra, as the Nurse Unit Manager.
AN 81-YEAR-OLD Florida man is critically ill after an operation to remove a stingray's barb from his heart.
Their barbed stinger grows from the tail like a fingernail and is covered with a toxic venom but deaths from contact with the barb are rare.
If you need a copy of the message, contact your local TACOM logistics assistance representative (LAR) or TACOM's Barb Painter at DSN 793-4403/(309) 782-4403 or email: barb.