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|4.||“Corruption and ineptitude are bipartisan, but Dems at the moment seem to have the edge in criminality and incompetence,” observes Doug Muzzio of Baruch College.||0|
|5.||“Imagine being a caveman and having to eviscerate a dinosaur with your bare hands,” Terry said.||1|
|6.||“It’s back from the stratosphere, ” said David Barnard of App Cubby of the ad earnings on his Mirror Free app, which uses the iPhone 4’s front-facing camera to turn the screen into a mirror.||0|
|7.||“The skirts cling to herbehind, the jackets cling to her bosom, ” laments Barbara Ruelens, aUK-based wardrobe consultant with a roster of high-powered femaleclients.||0|
|8.||“There’s practically a piece of Latino or Hispanic history in every aspect of the city,” said Elvis Fuentes, curator at El Museo del Barrio.||0|
|9.||( To the bartender is having.||1|
|10.||(220 km/h tides that swept over Barrier Island.||0|
|11.||(S/NF) Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak visited post to review new State Department-sponsored peace initiative.||0|
|12.||' he replied, pulling from his waistcoat a curiously constructed pistol, having a double-edged spring knife attached to the barrel.||1|
|13.||'Anyone who's bored here is a stick in the mud, ' says 65-year-old Barbara Hack, at left.||0|
|14.||'Come, come , Mr. Barsad!'exclaimed Sydney.'Don't be ungrateful.||0|
|15.||'Don't just stand there, give me a hand,' she barked at the shop assistant.||1|
|16.||'John Barsad ,'repeated madame, after murmuring it once to herself.||0|
|17.||'Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now' is an authorized biography of the former Beatle by Barry Miles.||0|
|18.||'s Robinho has been sporting a new-look beard at the tournament and bloggers back home have launched an online campaign urging the baby-faced forward to visit the barber's.||1|
|19.||'so they want an increased bonus and a special bonus into the bargain , do they?||1|
|20.||'Sorry to barge in on your cosy evening,(This website/barge.html)' James said.||1|
|21.||'Sorry to barge in on your cosy evening,' James said.||1|
|22.||'We could have been in serious ?danger,' said Mr Kingdom. 'I got our people to safety and dashed back to my truck to drive up to the Two Gates lay-by on the Tiverton to Barnstaple road.||0|
|23.||" It's your Tuesday night dance party from WGN , Chicago,'said the smooth baritone.||1|
|24.||" Li Bai is laughed: "so rough an iron bar, when on earth will it be ground into an embroidery needle ?||1|
|25.||" Preprandial "sending free vegetable, " barbecue and sauerkraut cake tastes good.||1|
|26.||" Scampish swallow " hear this ID name, can consider a fling caution to the winds bare hobby of this woman and she how intense gender consciousness.||1|
|27.||" Taxi from " the " traditional Kentucky Derby in Louisville, and good bourbon barbecue lamb Owensboro unique and their faith in the Appalachian cooking.||1|
|28.||" The downloadable, unabridged audio version of the book runs nine hours and costs $27.99, a bargain compared with the video, which is only 23 minutes and costs $9.99.||1|
|29.||" The downloadable, unabridged audio version of the book runs nine hours and costs $27.99, a bargain compared with the video, which is only 23 minutes and costs $9.99. This website||1|
|30.||" The fox said that, "I knew has a person happen to decapitate the draft animal today, 4 just pickled the meat put in a cave barrel, we made to come.||1|
bars (plural noun) · the bar (noun) · the Bar (noun)
- a long rod or rigid piece of wood, metal, or similar material, typically used as an obstruction, fastening, or weapon.
- a counter across which alcoholic drinks or refreshments are served.
- a barrier or restriction to an action or advance.
bars (third person present) · barred (past tense) · barred (past participle) · barring (present participle)
- fasten (something, especially a door or window) with a bar or bars.
- prevent or prohibit (someone) from doing something or from going somewhere.
- mark (something) with bars or stripes.
bars (plural noun)
- except for; apart from.
- a unit of pressure equivalent to 100,000 newtons per square meter or approximately one atmosphere.
- (in biblical references) Baruch (in the Apocrypha).