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Barre

(bă`rē), city (1990 pop. 9,482), Washington co., central Vt., SE of Montpelier; settled late 18th cent., inc. 1894. Granite quarrying, which began in the region in the early 19th cent., is still important. Railroad equipment, machines, and machine tools are manufactured, and Barre is a center for winter sports, hunting, and fishing.

barre

[bär]
(textiles)
A pattern of bars or stripes parallel to the weft of a fabric.
A defect in the production of a fabric that results in a streak parallel to the weft.
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That report followed a stinging commentary in the July issue of Nature by associate professor of neurobiology Ben Barres, PhD, who is in a position to know something about the topic: He's done science as both a man and a woman.
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Before this research, remembers Barres, "everyone thought that neurons were the only ones dictating how neurons would form.
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Ballet barres, leotards and props for routines would be top of the list, while any remaining cash would help members improve their skills.
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Three against the Third Republic; Sorel, Barres, and Maurras.
Mr Edwards developed best practice in the conservation of the Burges architecture at CardiffCastle and one of his first tasks has been to advise on the conservation of St Fin Barres Cathedral in Cork, another Burges masterpiece.
Last year, Barres convinced the National Institutes of Health to change how it chooses talented young scientists to receive its Director's Pioneer Award, worth $500,000 per year for five years.
Get yours in any number of exercise classes that use ballet barres to strengthen, tighten, elongate and invigorate.