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barb

n. a barbiturate; a barbiturate capsule. (Drugs.) Joey is so hooked on barbs!
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Following the new teaser, some fans of the movie still clamored for the original Barb, but others welcomed del Rosario.
I feel so blessed and humbled," said Barb, who is revered the world over.
Barb was asked to comment, but was unable to do so.
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, who lives in Saughall Massie with her husband and son, added: "The littering isn't as bad now - it used to be wall-towall when I started.
HOW WE GOT BARB BACK: THE STORY OF MY SISTER'S REAWAKENING AFTER 30 YEARS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA is written by Barb's younger sister (younger by eight years) and tells of her observations of a dazzling, high-achieving older sister who went from the star of her family to a totally different person after living abroad.
Barb Swehla attended the Ohio Nurses Association Provider Update on April 14, 2010
The latest and most ambitious project to take Anderson as its empty center is "A Girl's Gotta Do What a Girl's Gotta Do," 2009, a trilogy of videos (The Death of Barb Kopetski, Word UP, and A Girl's Gotta Do What a Girl's Gotta Do) by Los Angeles-based artist Michele O'Marah that retraces three scenes from the 1996 Anderson vehicle Barb Wire--"empty center" meaning that the icon's absence registers as a sort of displaced presence.
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.
SUMMARY: The present ultrastructural study on developing and regenerating feathers of chick and zebrafinch describes the ultrastructural changes that occur during the differentiation of barb cells that leads to the formation of the ramus of barbs.
AN 81-YEAR-OLD Florida man is critically ill after an operation to remove a stingray's barb from his heart.