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barret

(ˈbærɪt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a small flat cap resembling a biretta
[C19: from French barrette, from Italian berretta biretta; compare beret]
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His long white beard and searching eyes imparted to him an air of masterful dignity, which was increased by his tabardlike vesture and the heraldic barret cap with triple plume which bespoke his office.
There are currently four buildings on the UGC property: 810 Barret Avenue, 850 Barret Avenue, 768 Barret Avenue, and a steam plant to the west of 850 Barret Avenue.
Talking to a private news channel, Barret said it was an honour for him to be amongst 25 wrestlers from 18 countries, who participated in one of the biggest international sporting events in the history of Pakistan.
Jennifer Barret, 52, had access to the accounts at the Tennant Street Medical Practice in Stockton and transferred the money - sometimes in chunks of PS2,000 - directly into her own bank, and also bought an iPad for herself.
50 Barret sniper's rifle, from the gang's lair in Barangay Makaines but the gang leader, Mayogantong Bansil Sr.
According to media reports Barret was arrested on August 6 in a guest house despite being termed persona non grata and expelled in 2011.
courtesy of Celebrity Chef Barret Beyer and a band playing the American "classics.
According to the FIA, Barret forged documents to enter the city.
com)-- "The Third Throne: Angel of Darkness" by Tabitha Barret receives Medalist Honors in the "Romance" category of the 2015 New Apple Summer eBook Awards for Excellence in Independent Publishing.
Elaborating on his recent meetings with Irish officials, specially his counterpart Sean Barret, in Dublin, Larijani told reporters in Tehran that he was informed of Ireland's positions on Iran's peaceful nuclear program.
Barret Kupelian questions "three main assertions" by lawmakers who supported the bill: that liberal trading hours will hurt the retail sector, that there is no real demand for Sunday shopping and employment in the retail sector is suffering.
William Barret Travis was the man of the hour at a presidential contender forum on Saturday - 179 years after he perished at the Alamo.