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Barber

Samuel. 1910--81, US composer: his works include an Adagio for Strings, adapted from the second movement of his string quartet No 1 (1936) and the opera Vanessa (1958)

barber

[′bär·bər]
(meteorology)
A severe storm at sea during which spray and precipitation freeze onto the decks and rigging of ships.
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The barber shops owners were also advised that they should make sure healthy environment at shops and use washed towels and new blades.
CUTLINE: Alexander's Family Barber Shop is open at 343 Main St.
8220;Internet marketing is becoming more and more important to local businesses, and Strategic eMarketing will help my shop continue to attract customers and retain customers with our website, facebook and email marketing,” said Bill Hancock, owner of City Barber Shop.
life 67800 He said he called his shop The Barbers because Tony Slavin's owns the rights to the name Penny Lane Barber Shop.
Despite the arrival of the electric clippers, many of the old traditions of the barber shop survive.
A large number of people daily visit barber shops for hair cutting, shaves and beard trimming.
1) Barber John Hichens gives a trim to longtime customer David Bingham, 90, at Shocky's Barber Shop in Burbank on Tuesday.
Mayer has been like a part of the family to many of his customers since he opened his first Joe's Barber Shop in Santa Monica in 1938, on 25th Street and Santa Monica Boulevard.
com and handle their recording expenses at the Barber Shop in exchange for a percentage of future revenues.
Stuck out in the South Pacific with no barber shops around, he saw an opportunity and took advantage.
Butler's barber shop also testified that, throughout the years, there was much less smoke present in the shop than the plaintiffs contended.
That was for the summer,'' his mother, Veronica Aguiniga, said of the bleach that she had removed before visiting the barber shop.