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barway

A gate opened by moving a bar or bars.
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Collins had paid the premiums just two days before Barway disappeared and he had also asked the insurer about raising the coverage on Barway from $30,000 to $50,000.
Set two good-sized posts on either side of the barway, and to each one, and equal distance apart, nail large horseshoes, allowing the round part to stand out far enough from posts to admit the bar poles easily.
34) Even the family name of his English friend who also survives to be taken prisoner is spelt Barrawell, Barway, and Baraway.
The farm run by packing company G's Marketing Group in Barway, Cambs, has two TV rooms, a games room with pool and table-tennis and a sports field.
Phil Charles (chair), Sudhanshu Barway, Bruce Basset, Roy Booth, David Buckley, Claude Carignan, Chris Clarkson, Steven Crawford, Peter Dunsby, George Ellis, Chris Engelbrecht, Michael Feast, Stefan Ferreira, Kevin Govender, Amanda Gulbis, Ahmed Hady, Justin Jonas, Renee Kraan-Korteweg, Thebe Medupe, Piet Meintjes, John Menzies, Kavi Moodley, Darragh O'Donoghue, Stephen Potter, Anja Schroeder, Ramotholo Sefako, Johan van der Walt, Brian Warner, Patricia Whitelock, Hartmut Winkler and Patrick Woudt.