Baren


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Baren

 a pack or herd of mules [from barren, i.e., ‘not capable of producing young’].
Example: baren of mules, 1486.
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Mr Baren said Upper Hopton's first entry in the competition was good and there was plenty of potential.
She was asked to appear on Channel 4's, The 11 O'Clock Show, which launched Ali G star, Sacha Baren Cohen.
Farther down the table was a clean area with a baren (A tool for applying pressure to the back of the print-making paper) for rubbing these prints.
Since joining from Tamworth in the summer Piggott had only struck one goal but he more than made up for the baren spell.
(2 loops of 2~350m) to increase the fire resistance, the cable must be equipped with heavy-burning Baren outer coats.
Perhaps because I was staying in the city centre Baren Hotel - complete with a large golden bear above the entrance and just a short stroll from the huge Barenplatz ('bar' is German for bear), with its bustling daily market and outdoor cafe culture.
Paper was placed over the inked area and rubbed with a baren. When the entire area was sufficiently rubbed, the print was pulled.
TIM VAUGHAN has his jumps team in fine form and sent out his sixth winner of the past fortnight when Baren De Doc made all under Richard Johnson to beat Havenstone by ten lengths in the 2m4f maiden hurdle.
"We were kids when we got signed," explains lead singer and rhythm guitarist Logan Baren in his deliciously broad Chicago drawl.
THE PROPERTY The Zum Baren is a chalet complex, each housing one to three apartments in traditional Austrian design with fireplaces, balconies, underfloor heating and designer bathrooms.
Two otherwise excellent volumes, How It All Began and How Household Names Began, both by Maurice Baren and which tell the stories behind the famous names and objects found in the High Street, the home and work, proved useless.