Barrett


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Bar•rett

(ˈbær ɪt)
n.
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett.
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Being an economical Vermonter, Barrett went to work in a little wooden shed in the backyard of a Brooklyn foundry.
Next, having made the cable tight, Barrett set out to produce it more cheaply and by accident stumbled upon a way to make it immensely more efficient.
Gardener had gone to Omaha to hear Booth and Barrett, who were to play there next week, and that Mary Anderson was having a great success in `A Winter's Tale,' in London.
He read of sickly Elizabeth Barrett, who for years had not placed her feet upon the ground, until that day of flame when she eloped with Browning and stood upright, upon the earth, under the open sky; and what Browning had done for her, Martin decided he could do for Ruth.
As has been said, [Footnote: Professor Barrett Wendell, 'William Shakspere,' p.
What occurred during that time has not yet transpired, but at a quarter to twelve Police-constable Barrett, passing along Godolphin Street observed that the door of No.
Barrett for one game after the 20-year-old student was arrested early Saturday morning for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.
Barrett has been one of a number of suppliers to the police force in recent years.
8, 1926, Barrett spent his early years selling newspapers in Los Angeles.
PART of steel firm Parson & Crosland has been bought by Barrett Steel, saving 25 jobs at the Middlesbrough firm.
He woke to find himself naked, with Barrett, 34, touching his chest and kissing him.
Nearly two hours remain before the first pitch of a mid-week University of Arkansas baseball game and Chuck Barrett is in the broadcast booth in Fayetteville making final preparations.