Barcon

Bar´con

    (bär´kǒn)
n.1.A vessel for freight; - used in the Mediterranean.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Barcon, explains they enrolled at the institute to avoid men enticing them with money and material gifts in return for sexual favor.
La organizacion de la tierra era una necesidad logica en cuanto esta habia multiplicado su valor varias veces durante las ultimas decadas, acelerado por la expansion de la hacienda para los saladeros y la cria de lanares (Barcon Olesa, 1912: 25; Djenderedjian, J.
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There, he swapped stories about the great man with Christian Neh and Moses Barcon, both 25, who were part of the squad that visited the UK.
Luego se retira del conflicto y lo podemos leer en la estrofa 37 del canto XXXVI: Y en un grueso barcon, bajel de trato, que velas altas de partida estaba, sali de aquella tierra y reino ingrato que tanto afan y sangre me costaba; y sin contraste alguno ni rebato, con el austro que en popa nos soplaba, costa a costa y a veces engolfado llegue al Callao de Lima celebrado.
Barcon PPC is a new pressure transmitter with a ceramic sensing face that offers stability, no fluid fill (dry sensor), and resistance to corrosive and abrasive media.