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Barrie,

city (1991 pop. 62,728), S Ont., Canada, on the west shore of Lake Simcoe. It is a commuter city in the Toronto metropolitan region. Among the city's diverse manufactures are clothing, spirits, electronics, and leather goods. A large military base is nearby.

Barrie

Sir James Matthew. 1860--1937, Scottish dramatist and novelist, noted particularly for his popular children's play Peter Pan (1904)
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Barrie said: "We were due to play New York Cosmos and our owner invited me and a Dutch teammate up to his mansion the night before to do some media work.
Barrie continued his successful career and established his theatre company, Northern Broadsides, in 1992.
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Star performs with Barrie on stage to raise money for charity.
Barry ran over from the cricket match when he saw other players shouting for help for stricken soccer player Barrie.
Harry and Wilma left Pickering to retire in Shelburne, returning to Barrie in 2005.
Tabitha Barrie, 14, said: "I think DNA is the best discovery because it's cool and because it helps solve crime and find missing people.
Barrie, whose actual birthday was on April 28, said: "I have been doing impersonations for about 30 years.
Barrie, 44, said: "I don't want to 'walk down the aisle' in hotel.
As the Run to Yas Travel Writer, Barrie will ride shotgun in Yas Marina Circuit's own Mercedes Benz SLS AMG on the Run To Yas, a five-day luxury road adventure for supercar owners and enthusiasts, which started on Tuesday in Muscat and will finish on Yas Island on November 2, the eve of the 2013 Ethad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.