Barbour

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Barbour

(ˈbɑːbə)
n
(Biography) John. c. 1320–95, Scottish poet: author of The Bruce (1376), a patriotic epic poem
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The company started to thrive and in 1908 Malcolm Barbour, John Barbour's son, produced the first mail-order catalogue.
s philosophical approach does offer reasonable foundations for mutual interaction between the two; nevertheless, it does not take sufficient account of the contemporary scholarship produced by scientists and theologians themselves on this interaction, notably that of Ian Barbour, John Haught, Robert John Russell, and John Polkinghorne.
Kirkheaton: Richard Hall (capt), Andrew Cockcroft, Asher Zaidi, Jonathon Bishop, Dale Winterbottom, Craig Whitehead, Martin Hallas, Gary Hodgson, Stephen Holroyd, Adrian Barbour, John Beaumont.