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(Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Biology) Chiefly biology having tufts of long hairs; bearded
[from Latin barba a beard]
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Five other people were hurt in the head-on collision between two vehicles at Barbate which is near Jerez de la Frontera, including former Miss Spain Esther Arroyo who was travelling with the 48-year-old pop star.
For the last seven or eight years, we've seen a drought in the catch," says Diego Crespo, who fishes off the town of Barbate, south of Cadiz.
A writer for Saturday Night Live, Colin Jost, said he thinks about 90% of his pals, presumably those also affected by the strike, are “now barbate.
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