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Correct spelling for BARBAR
We think the word barbar is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for barbar
- Babe(Definition of babe)
- Barb(Definition of barb)
- Barbary(Definition of barbary)
- Baby(Definition of baby)
- Barber(Definition of barber)
- Berber(Definition of berber)
"the same thing happened on the second night, only the dead wife said:" 'wife and babe below the river, once will i come and then come never.
All down the sides were tiny barbs, so small as hardly to be seen, but there just the same.
You, who have given so much time and thought to these subjects, ought to be a better judge than i." he felt, rather than saw, the delicate barb, and flushed slightly as he replied, "i admit that perhaps i ought to be, but whether i am or not, is quite another question.
I understand that it is quite the proper thing for barbers to talk, while cutting their hair, to persons to whom they have not been introduced.
You go with me to fetch judith godwin from barbary."
The project gutenberg ebook, from whose bourne, by robert barr this ebook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
She wants me to call her barbara, and i shall love it.
Stewie griffin (in family guy, as "ive grown accustomed to her face") frank haley eddie harris sam harris rex harrison coleman hawkins buck hill lena horne jeremy irons milt jackson maria joão jack jones quincy jones on my fair lady loves jazz roger kellaway stacey kent - the lyric (2005) diana krall steve lawrence peggy lee alec mccowen gordon macrae shelly manne - my fair lady (1956) (with andré previn) mantovani dean martin johnny mathis susannah mccorkle - the people that you never get to love (1981) martine mccutcheon brad mehldau matt monro wes montgomery peter nero veronica nunn oscar peterson louis prima and keely smith ian richardson sonny rollins (as "ive grown accustomed to your face") edmundo ros mathilde santing robert underdunk terwilliger (sideshow bob) (in the simpsons, as "the very reason that i live") rod stewart barbra streisand tierney sutton the temptations claude thornhill and his orchestra mccoy tyner andy williams wes montgomery - "full house" (live at tsubo, berkely, ca,) riverside records, 1962.
Finally, there remained but two couples, widely differing in appearance, representatives of the two classes which everywhere throng the ante-chambers of sovereigns, resembling in their demeanour grief and hope.
The result was that barbour refused to make any explanation, but gave me a verbal challenge to settle our difficulties in the usual way among gentlemen.
Oh, are you going to be just a little baby in her hands?
"very fine, very fine," said the judge, picking up the card which read, "merry christmas, from miss barber."
If you want to make a hit with barbie, cut out the reminiscences.
This stock was varied continually; now by new infiltration of negro blood from the south, now by negroid and semitic blood from the east, now by berber types from the north and west.