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Bare metal Bare metal (also bare-metal programming) is a very low-level method of programming, usually involving machine code. This technique is highly specific to the hardware setup used, and is typically only used for heavy software optimization or for very small systems.
Bare Necessities (TV series) Bare Necessities is the name of the top-rated BBC2 television survival show that started the whole genre of 'survival reality' shows in 2001. The show ran for two series, and can still be seen on the golden oldies repeat channels.
Bare Range The Bare Range () is a mountain range of the Canadian Rockies, located south of the Red Deer River valley in Banff National Park, Canada. The range is named for the "bareness" of the gentle slopes of the range, namely the lack of trees.
Bare trust A bare trust (sometimes referred to as a simple trust) is a trust in which the beneficiary has a right to both income and capital and may call for both to be remitted into his own name. He is also entitled to take actual ownership and control of the trust property.
Bare-eyed Thrush The Bare-eyed Thrush or Yellow-eyed Thrush, Turdus nudigenis, is a resident breeding bird in the Lesser Antilles and in South America from Colombia and Venezuela south and east to northern Brazil. In Trinidad and Tobago, this thrush is also known as the 'Big Eye Grieve'.
Bare-knuckle boxing Bare-knuckle boxing (also bare-knuckle for short or fisticuffs) is the original, now rather antiquated form of boxing, more closely-related to ancient combat sports. It involves two individuals fighting without any gloves or other form of padding on their hands.
Bare, a Pop Opera Bare, a Pop Opera, more commonly known simply as Bare, is a musical story of two gay high school students, Peter Simons and Jason McConnell, and depicts the struggles of the two youth within their private, Catholic boarding school. Other characters include Ivy Robinson, Matthew Lloyd, Nadia McConnell, Sister Chantelle, Lucas Carter, Claire Simonds, Tanya Garrett, Zach, Kyra, Rory, Diane, Alan, and the Priest.
Bareback (sex) Bareback is a term that originated in gay slang to describe acts of unprotected anal sex. The term's usage however, has crossed-over to more mainstream slang to describe any type of penetrative sexual act without the use of a condom.
Bareback Mountain Bareback Mountain is a gay porn movie by Lycan Films, named after the mainstream movie Brokeback Mountain. The name is easily suggested by a joke that takes into consideration the homosexual plotline of Brokeback Mountain and the similarity between the name of the fictional mountain and the slang term barebacking.
Bareboat charter A bareboat charter is an arrangement for the hiring of a boat, whereby no crew or provisions are included as party of the agreement; instead, the people who rent the boat from the owner are responsible for taking care of such things.
Bareboating "Bareboating" is the term used to describe the act of chartering a sailboat that one lives upon, navigates and operates for a vacation. Common "bareboating" locations are the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, and other similar warm weather vacation spots.
Barebone computer A barebone computer is a half-assembled platform that consists of a case with a power supply, a motherboard preinstalled into the system case, and a cooling system. Barebone computers are usually designed in a non-standard way and cannot be assembled out of widely available hardware parts.
Barebone's Parliament Barebone's Parliament, also known as the Nominated Assembly and the Parliament of Saints, came into being on July 4 1653, and was the last attempt of the English Commonwealth to find a stable political form before the installation of Oliver Cromwell as Lord Protector. It was an assembly entirely nominated by Oliver Cromwell and the Army's Council of Officers.
Barefoot and pregnant "Barefoot and pregnant" is a phrase most commonly associated with the controversial idea that women should not work outside the home and should have many children during their reproductive years. It has several other meanings as well.
Barefoot Contessa Barefoot Contessa is a cooking show on Food Network hosted by Ina Garten, which premiered on November 30, 2002. Each episode features Garten assembling dishes of varying complexity, and she often will give the viewer tips on decorating and entertaining.
Barefoot doctors Barefoot doctors were farmers who got basic medical training and worked in rural villages in China to bring health care to areas where urban-trained doctors would not settle. The name comes from southern farmers, who would often work barefoot in the rice paddies.
Barefoot horses Barefoot horses were successfully used by ancient cavalry and are commonly used today by horse people in non-industralized parts of the world like Mongolia and South America as well as in a growing number of western countries. The barefoot horse movement advocates a generalized use of barefoot horses, both in non-competitive and competitive riding, coupled with a more natural approach to horse care.
Barefoot in the Park Barefoot in the Park is a 1963 Tony-nominated comedy play by Neil Simon, about a young couple, Paul and Corie Bratter, and their odd neighbors in their small apartment building in Greenwich Village, New York. It explores the troubles that newlyweds face, most of them related to one of said neighbors, Victor Velasco.
Barefoot in the Park (film) Barefoot in the Park is a 1967 film based on the 1963 Tony-nominated comedy play by Neil Simon, about a young couple and their odd neighbors in their small apartment building in Greenwich Village, New York. It explores the troubles that newlyweds face.
Barefoot Kickers Barefoot Kickers refers to American Football players who kick without any type of protection on their foot, such as a shoe or sock. It is often regarded as an old-school way of placekicking and has greatly disappeared from the game in recent years.
Barefoot Manner Barefoot Manner is a five-piece musical group whose sound is heavily rooted in high energy newgrass, soul shaking funk, and musical experimentation on all levels. The Boys of Barefoot Manner have an overwhelming passion for making music, stirring it up really fast, and mixing in some positive reggae and Caribbean vibes.
Barefoot skiing Barefoot skiing is water skiing behind a motorboat without the use of skis, commonly referred to as "barefooting". Barefooting requires the skier to travel at higher speeds than conventional water skiing.
Barefoot Sandals Barefoot Sandals are part jewellery and part footwear, popularly worn at beach weddings. They include an anklet and a toe ring connected together across the front of the foot with beads such as crystals and pearls.
Bareilly Bareilly (Hindi: ŕ¤¬ŕ¤°ŕĄ‡ŕ¤˛ŕĄ€, Urdu: Ř¨Ř§Ř±ŰŚŮ„ŰŚ) is a city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Standing on the Ramganga River, it is the capital of Rohilkhand Division and is a center for the manufacture of furniture and for trade in cotton, grain, and sugar.
Barel Barel is one of the island kind of villages in Kathua, Jammu & Kashmir, India. It gets surrounded by the river in the rainy season sometimes disconnecting the village completely from the outside world for a few days.
Barelaked Nadies Barelaked Nadies is the second DVD release from Canadian band Barenaked Ladies, though it is the first full length release. It is a compilation of their music videos from 1991-2002, with one exclusion; The video for the Rock Spectacle version of Brian Wilson is missing, and the Gordon version is choronologically in its place.
Barelwi Barelwi (Hindi: ŕ¤¬ŕ¤°ŕĄŕ¤˛ŕĄŤŕ¤µŕ¤ż, Urdu: Ř¨Ř±ŰŚŮ„ŮŰŚ) Sunnism, the Ahle Sunnah Movement, or just the Sunni movement, is a movement within Sunni Islam that was started by Ahmed Rida Khan of Bareilly, India (hence the term Barelwi).
Barely Breathing "Barely Breathing" is the first single from singer-songwriter Duncan Sheik's self-titled debut. Originally intended as a "throwaway" track written to complete the album, the song catapulted Sheik to fame as his breakout hit, entering the top 20 of the U.
Barenaked Ladies Barenaked Ladies (often abbreviated BNL or occasionally BnL) is a Canadian alternative rock band currently composed of Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn, Steven Page, Ed Robertson, Tyler Stewart, and formerly Andy Creeggan. It formed in 1988 in Scarborough, Ontario, at the time a suburb of Toronto.
Barenaked Ladies Variety Show The Barenaked Ladies Variety Show was the working title for a pilot that the popular Canadian band Barenaked Ladies recorded for the FOX network in late 2004. One episode was shot in California, but the pilot was rejected and never aired on television.
Barenaked Lunch Barenaked Lunch (often referred to as The Pink Tape) is the Barenaked Ladies second indie tape release, which came after Buck Naked in 1989 and before The Yellow Tape in 1991. It is a pun on the novel Naked Lunch by William S.
Barenaked on a Stick Barenaked on a Stick is Canadian alternative rock band Barenaked Ladies' first release in USB flash drive format. They were one of the first bands to attempt this, and were noted by several critics as innovative in this area.
Barend Strydom Barend Hendrik Strydom also known as the Wit Wolf (white wolf), is a South African right wing mass murderer who was sentenced to death for shooting dead eight black people (and wounded 16 more) in Strijdom Square in Pretoria, South Africa on November 15, 1988. He had earlier killed a black woman in a trial run in preparation for the massacre.
Barents Region The Barents Region is a name given, by political ambition to establish international cooperation after the fall of the Soviet Union, to the land along the coast of the Barents Sea, from Nordland in Norway to the Kola Peninsula in Russia and beyond all the way to the Ural Mountains and Novaya Zemlya, and south to the Gulf of Bothnia of the Baltic Sea and the great lakes Ladoga and Onega. Among the projects is the Barents Road from BodĂ¸ in Norway through Haparanda in Sweden and Finland to Murmansk in Russia.
Barentsburg Barentsburg (Russian Đ‘Đ°Ń€ĐµĐ˝Ń†Đ±ŃŃ€Đł) is the second largest settlement on Svalbard, with about 850 inhabitants, almost entirely Russians and Ukrainians. The Russian-owned Arcticugol Trust has been mining coal here since 1932, and during the Cold War Barentsburg was a veritable hotbed of activity as the Russians attempted to expand their zone of control over the islands.
Barentshav class OPV The Barentshav class of offshore patrol vessels will consist of three vessels powered by liquefied natural gas. Ordered for the Norwegian Coast Guard, their main tasks will be EEZ patrol, fishery inspection, search and rescue as well as tug readiness along the shore of Norway which is seeing increasing traffic from tankers.
BareNecessities.com Bare Necessities is a Newark, New Jersey-based retailer of brand name and designer lingerie, hosiery and men's underwear. Bare Necessities owns and operates four retail stores, and an electronic commerce website, BareNecessities.
Baret Island Baret Island is a small sandy and mostly-rocky oval-shaped island within Buzzards Bay, in Gosnold, Massachusetts, USA. The island is just off the near mid-northern coast of Nashawena Island, northeast of Rock Island, southeast of The Neck peninsula on Nashawena Island, and far north of Middle Pond on Nasawena Island.
Barfly Assembler Development System Barfly Assembler Development System is a software package for the Commodore Amiga, containing both an assembler and an advanced source level debugger with many feaures. Both 680x0 and PowerPC processors are supported.
Barfoed's test Barfoed's Test is a chemical test used for detecting the presence of reducing sugars (monosaccharides). It is based on the reduction of copper(II) acetate to copper(I) oxide (Cu2O), which forms a reddish brown precipitate.
Barford St Martin Barford St Martin, a Wiltshire village with 467 adult residents, is situated about two miles from Wilton, on the junction of the A30 and the B3089. Barford is known as one of the Nadder Valley Villages, named for the River Nadder, which flows through the village.
Barfrestone Barfrestone is a hamlet in East Kent, UK between Shepherdswell, Eythorne and Nonington and close to the pit villages of Elvington and Snowdown. Of note are the tiny Norman church, complete with internationally famous carvings around the door, the bell in the adjacent yew tree, and the offices and workshops of l'Arche Kent Community.
Bargain bin Bargain bin refer to an unsorted selection of merchandise, particularly softwares, tools and CDs, which have been discounted in price due to the closure of the production company, just a poorly made product, or the lost popularity after a "one-hit single" that did not compare in commercial success with other productions. However, the most common version is usually the derivation of the product (cover songs or a clone of a famous software), and is usually poorly made.
Bargaining Bargaining is a type of negotiation in which the buyer and seller of a good or service dispute the price which will be paid and the exact nature of the transaction that will take place, and eventually come to an agreement. It is very prevalent in many parts of the world, although less prevalent in Europe and North America.
Bargate stone Bargate stone is a highly durable form of sandstone, which was quarried for centuries in south west Surrey, United Kingdom - particularly around Guildford and Godalming. It owes its yellow, â€butterâ€™ colouring to the high iron oxide content.
Barge Canal (Florida) The Merritt Island Barge Canal provides an east-to-west link between the Banana River Lagoon and Indian River Lagoon across northern Merritt Island, Florida. It is located 15 miles south of Titusville, Florida.
Barge of the Dead Barge of the Dead is an episode of the science fiction television series Star Trek:Voyager, the third episode of the sixth season. It gives a somewhat uncommon glimpse into Klingon mythology, most notably concerning Gre'Thor, the Klingon Hell, and the role of the Barge of the Dead.
Bargeboard Bargeboard (probably from Medieval Latin bargus, or barcus, a scaffold, and not from the now obsolete synonym vergeboard), the boards fastened to the projecting gables of a roof to give them strength and to mask or hide the horizontal timbers of the roof to which they were attached. Bargeboards are sometimes moulded only or carved, but as a rule the lower edges were cusped and had tracery in the spandrels besides being otherwise elaborated.
Bargeddie Located north east of the junction of the M73 and M8 motorways, Bargeddie is a small town of North Lanarkshire. Situated 2 miles (3 km) west of Coatbridge town centre, Bargeddie grew, along with neighbouring Cuilhill and Drumpark in association with the mining of coal.
Barghash bin Said of Zanzibar Sayyid Barghash bin Said Al-Busaid (1837 - March 26, 1888) (Arabic: Ř¨Ř±ŘşŘ´ Ř¨Ů† ŘłŘąŮŠŘŻ Ř§Ů„Ř¨ŮŘłŘąŮŠŘŻ), son of Said bin Sultan, was the second Sultan of Zanzibar. Barghash ruled Zanzibar from October 7, 1870 to March 26, 1888.
Barghest Barghest, Bargtjest, Bo-guest or Bargest is the name given in the north of England, especially in Yorkshire, to a mythical monstrous black dog with huge teeth and claws. It is said to frequent a remote gorge named Troller's Gill.
Bargi Dam Bargi Dam is one of the first completed Dam out of the chain of 30 major dams to be constructed on Narmada River in Madhya Pradesh, India. The Narmada is the largest river in Madhya Pradesh, flowing towards the west and falling in the Arabian Sea.
Bargoed Bargoed is a town in the Rhymney Valley, one of the South Wales Valleys. It lies on the Rhymney River in the county borough of Caerphilly and straddles the border between the traditional counties of Glamorgan and Monmouthshire.
Bargoens Bargoens is a form of Dutch slang. More specifically, it is a cant language that arose in the 17th century, and was used by criminals, tramps and travelling salesmen as a secret code, like Spanish's GermanĂa or French's Argot.
Bargrivyek In many campaign settings for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, Bargrivyek is the goblin deity of cooperation and territory. He is known as the Peacekeeper because he tolerates no war between goblin tribes.
Bargteheide-Land Bargteheide-Land is an Amt ("collective municipality") in the district of Stormarn, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is situated around Bargteheide, which is the seat of the Amt, but not part of it.
Bargueno desk The VargueĂ±o (also BargueĂ±o) is a desk first produced in the 15th century that continues to be produced to this day. The only other desk which is known to have been continuously produced is the trestle desk, but some authorities exclude this desk from consideration because in early times it also served as a dining table and money lender's counter.
Bargur Bargur is a panchayat town in Krishnagiri dist in the state of Tamil Nadu, India.there is a government coed college of engineering started(in 1994) with 2 branches, expanded to 4 and now( 2007) to three branches(EEE, ECE & CSE.
Barguzin Nature Reserve Barguzinsky Nature Reserve (Đ‘Đ°Ń€ĐłŃĐ·Đ¸Đ˝ŃĐşĐ¸Đą Đ·Đ°ĐżĐľĐ˛ĐµĐ´Đ˝Đ¸Đş in Russian) is a zapovednik (nature reserve) located in Buryatia (Russia) on the west slope of the Barguzin Range, including the northeast shores of the Lake Baikal and a part of the lake itself. The name of the preserve (and the range) comes from the Barguzin river.
Barham, Kent Barham (Pronounced Barrum) is a village and civil parish in the City of Canterbury district of Kent, England. It is situated on the A2 road between Canterbury and Dover, 7 miles south-east of Canterbury and 7 miles north of Folkestone.
Barham, Suffolk Barham is a village and civil parish in the Mid Suffolk district of Suffolk, England. The village is on the River Gipping, near Great Blakenham, Coddenham and Claydon, and is on the A14 road about six miles north of Ipswich.
Barchan A barchan dune is an arc-shaped sand ridge, comprised of well-sorted sand. This type of dune possesses two "horns" that face downwind, with the slip face (the downwind slope) at the angle of repose, or approximately 32 degrees.
Baria Baria used to be an Indian state, but is now part of Gujarat, Western India. It covers an area of 810 square miles just east of Ahmadabad and is now known as Devgad Baria in the Panch Mahals district, Gujarat.
Bariatrics Bariatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the causes, prevention, and treatment of obesity.The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th edition, Houghton (2000): "Bariatrics" Retrieved 14 Feb.
Baribari Value (or Baribari Value Around the World) is a weekly panel game show that is currently being broadcast from 22:00 (JST) until 22:54 every Wednesday; it is produced by Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS-TV) in Osaka, Japan.
Baricity Baricity refers to the density of a substance compared to the density of human cerebral spinal fluid. Baricity is used in anesthesia to determine the manner in which a particular drug will spread in the intrathecal space.
Barikot Barikot is a city in the North West Frontier province of Pakistan, located in the Swat valley region (ancient Udyana). Barikot is the present day name of the ancient "Bazira", which was besieged by Alexander the Great.
Barilla Barilla refers to several species of salt-tolerant ("halophyte") plants that, until the 19th Century, were the primary source of soda ash and hence (we now know) of sodium carbonate. The word "barilla" was also used directly to refer to the soda ash that was prepared from the plants.
Barima River The Barima River is a tributary of the Orinoco River, entering 4 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. It originates in Guyana, flowing for approximately 210 miles before entering Venezuela about 50 miles from its mouth.
Barindra Kumar Ghosh Barindra Kumar Ghosh , or, Barindra Ghosh, or, popularly, Barin Ghosh (5 January 1880- 18 April 1959) was an Indian freedom fighter, revolutionary and journalist. He was one of the founding members of Jugantar, a revolutionary outfit in Bengal.
Barings Bank Barings Bank was among the oldest merchant banking companies in England, having been founded in 1762 as the 'John and Francis Baring Company' by Sir Francis Baring. In 1806 his son Alexander Baring joined the firm and they renamed it Baring Brothers & Co.
Bariolage The bowed instrument musical technique known as bariolage involves quick alternation between a static note and changing notes, that form a melody either above or below the static note. This technique is common to Baroque violin music, where the static note is usually an open string note.
Barisan Mountains The Bukit Barisan mountains are a mountain range on the western side of Sumatra, Indonesia, covering nearly 1,700 km (1,050 mi) of the island. The Bukit Barisan range consists primarily of volcanoes shrouded in dense jungle cover.
Barisan Nasional Barisan Nasional (National Front or BN) is a political coalition in Malaysia. Formed in 1973 as the successor of the Alliance (Parti Perikatan), it has ruled Malaysia uninterrupted (its term as the Alliance included) since independence.
Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club The Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club (commonly referred to as the Backbenchers Club, BNBBC or BBC; Malay: Kelab Ahli Penyokong Barisan Nasional) is a loose caucus of 108 members of the lower house of the Parliament of Malaysia, the Dewan Rakyat, belonging to the governing Barisan Nasional coalition. The term "backbencher" originates from the British Parliament, denoting a Member of Parliament (MP) who is not a member of the Cabinet or is otherwise part of the government through the holding of a post such as Parliamentary Secretary.
Barisan of Ibelin Barisan of Ibelin (died 1150) was an important figure in the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was the founder of the Ibelin family. His name was later written as "Balian" and he is sometimes known as Balian the Elder or Balian I.
Barisan Sosialis The Barisan Sosialis (Malay for Socialist Front; Chinese: ç¤ľäĽšä¸»äą‰éµçşż) is a former Singaporean left-wing political party formed in 1961, by left-wing members of the People's Action Party (PAP) and led by Dr Lee Siew Choh and Lim Chin Siong.
BaritĂş National Park The BaritĂş National Park is a national park of Argentina, located in the Santa Victoria Department, in the north of the province of Salta, in the Argentine Northwest. It has an area of 720 square kilometres and it is the only tropical park in the country.
Baritenor "Baritenor" is a slang word describing a male voice whose tessitura lies between the baritone and the tenor. The word is frequently used to describe one of the most common male musical vocal types, rather a pop singer than a true operatic baritone with an upward extension into tenor territority and with a baritonal quality.
Barito Ulu Project Barito Ulu was set up in 1989 as a co-operative project between University of Cambridge and the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry, working together with the Indonesian Institute of Sciences. Research is carried out at the Muara Rekut base-camp in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, situated at the headwaters of the Barito River in the geographical centre of Borneo (114,0E, 0,06S).
Baritone Baritone (French: baryton; German: Bariton; Italian: baritono) is most commonly the type of male voice that lies between bass and tenor. Originally from the Greek Î˛Î±ĎĎ…Ď„ÎżÎ˝ÎżĎ‚, meaning 'deep sounding', music for this voice is typically written in the range from the second G below middle C to the E above middle C (i.
Baritone guitar The Baritone guitar is a variation on the standard guitar, differing with a longer scale length that allows it to be tuned to a lower range. The Danelectro Company was the first to introduce the Baritone Guitar in the late 1950â€™s.
Baritone sarrusophone The E-flat baritone sarrusophone, sometimes jokingly known as the combat bassoon, has the same range and key as the baritone saxophone, and is about the same size as a bassoon. Its body is wrapped around only once, whereas the contrabass sarrusophone wraps around twice.
Baritosis Baritosis is a benign type of pneumoconiosis, which is caused by deposition of inhaled barium dust in the lungs. The barium particles can be seen as opaque shadows on the chest X-rays of people with baritosis.
Barium enema A barium enema, also called a lower gastrointestinal series, is a medical procedure used to examine and diagnose problems with the human large intestines. An X-ray examination of the large intestines, pictures are taken after rectal instillation of barium sulfate.
Barium meal A barium meal, also known as an upper gastrointestinal series is a procedure in which radiographs of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum are taken after barium sulfate is ingested by a patient. Barium meals are useful in the diagnosis of structural and motility abnormalities of the foregut.
Barjik Barjik (died 731) was a Khazar prince who flourished in the late 720s. He is described by al-Tabari as "the son of the Khagan"; his exact status and position is unknown though he may have been the Bek.
Bark beetle A bark beetle is one of approximately 220 genera with 6,000 species of beetles in the subfamily Scolytinae in the weevil family Curculionidae (traditionally the bark beetles were placed in their own family Scolytidae).
Bark Crew In Brian Jacques' fantasy world of Redwall, the Bark Crew was a group of otters and hares established by Stiffener Medick and Brogalaw. They wore hooded cloaks and reed masks, and they intercepted Wildcat Warlord Ungatt Trunn's scouts and foraging parties in an attempt to starve the usurper out of the mountain.
Bark hack A bark hack is a tool used to remove pine tree bark to promote the flow of pine resin, which is used in naval stores production. The tool consists of a wooden shaft with a weighted butt and hook-like, replaceable, U-shaped blades at the head.
Bark painting Bark painting is an Australian Aboriginal art-form which is done on the interior strip of a tree bark. This is a continuing form of artistic expression in Arnhem Land and other regions in the Top End of Australia including parts of the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Barkai Barkai (; ) is an Israeli kibbutz in the Menashe Regional Council on the western side of Wadi Ara. Its main industries include thermal and acoustic insulation, lamination and packaging: the Polyon Barkai factory; and agriculture: cattle, poultry, avocado and field crops.
Barkan Industrial Park The Barkan Industrial Park (, lit. Barkan Industrial Area) is located about 25 kilometres east of Tel Aviv within the jurisdiction of the Shomron Regional Council whose offices are located at the northern entrance.
Barkat Ali Khan Mukarram Jah His Highness Prince Barkat Ali Khan Mukarram Jah Asaf Jah VIII born 6th October 1933 in the Hilafet Palace in Nice, France is the current pretender to the throne of Hyderabad. He is the son of Azam Jah and Durru Shehvar and the grandson of Osman Ali Khan, the last Nizam of Hyderabad state, and of the last Ottoman Caliph â€Abduâ€™l-Mijid II.
Barkat Gourad Hamadou Barkat Gourad Hamadou (Arabic: Ř¨Ř±ŮŘ§ŘŞ ŘşŮŘ±Ř§ŘŻ ŘŮ…Ř§ŘŻŮ) (born 1930) was the Prime Minister of Djibouti from October 2 1978 until March 7 2001. In 2000, he spent several months in France for medical treatment after suffering a stroke.
Barkby Barkby is a village and civil parish in the Charnwood district of Leicestershire, England. It is situated on the Barkby Brook, north-east of Leicester, and only a short way from Leicester's urban sprawl in Thurmaston and Syston.
Barker (occupation) A barker is a person who attempts to attract patrons to entertainment events, such as a circus or funfair, by exhorting passing public, describing attractions of show and emphasizing variety, novelty, beauty, or some other feature believed to incite listeners to attend entertainment. A barker may conduct a brief free show, introducing performers and describing acts to be given at the feature performance.
Barker Bill's Cartoon Show Barker Bill's Cartoon Show was the first network television weekday cartoon series, airing on CBS from 1953 to 1956. The 15 minute show was broadcast twice a week, although some local stations showed both episodes together as a single 30 minute show.
Barker College Barker College is an Australian Anglican private school situated in Hornsby, New South Wales founded by The Reverend Henry Plume in 1890. One of the six Combined Associated Schools, it is an all boys school from Year 3 to Year 9.