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barachois

(in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada) a shallow lagoon formed by a sand bar
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Cave Hunter wasn't doing anything in front but picked up again as soon as Barachois Silver came upsides.
Dam top-class racemare, sister to stakes-winner Barachois and to minor winner and successful sire Night Shift, three-parts sister to stakes-winner Coco La Terreur (by Nearctic).
The Georges Arsenault Collection has provided material for many singers and tellers, people like Edith Butler and--most recently--the folk band Barachois (whose members are all named Arsenault, yet only two are siblings; none are closely related to Georges, either--in that region Arsenault is an extremely common name
Barachois hail from Prince Edward Island, just off the Canadian east coast.
FROM a little-known corner of Canada the unique rhythms, songs and humour of Barachois have become the highlight of some of the world's leading music festivals.
This was not done without Barachois, a group from Prince Edward Island, as their music was very similar to the traditional Metis music.
The oldest units in the area of interest are the metamorphic rocks of the McMillan Flowage Formation and the Barachois River Metamorphic Suite (Fig.
Regular pilot Paddy Gerety is expected to be back in the plate and the partnership should give us a good run for our money against the likes of Barachois Silver, Moscow Menace and Tommysteel.
operates in Barachois, Quebec and has been featured on ESPN, NESN, OLN, and The Outdoor Channel, as well as in publications such as The Denver Post, The Houston Chronicle, and The San Diego Union Tribune.
Advance tickets are also available for Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill (Feb 3), Vin Garbutt (April 27) and top Canadian band Barachois (May 10).
Coming all the way from Canada's tiny Prince Edward Island, Barachois aren't your usual kind of folk group.