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Bar·ber

(bar'bĕr),
Glenn, 20th-century U.S. orthopedic surgeon. See: Blount-Barber disease.
A professional who cuts (usually male) hair and shaves or trims facial hair
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Questions over Barber Barber's "no women" policy resurfaced last month after the shop was told it needed to apply for an alcohol licence if it was to carry on offering customers free drinks - including beer.
Barber "needs to keep this policy in effect for the benefit of his children.
A leading architect in the 20s and 30s, his name was Robert Atkinson, and the Barber Institute, located on the University of Birmingham campus, is regarded as one of his greatest achievements.
The brand's new look is inspired by Barber Foods' hometown of Portland, Maine, where the company still proudly manufactures its products today.
Park West Barber School aims to engage its students in community- and industry-building activities that foster both personal and professional development.
Sean Sweeney, of Sweeney's barbershop in Castle Drive, beat off fierce competition from a number of other talented barbers and will now go head to head with 14 other wet shaving professionals in a bid to claim the coveted regional Wales title of Best Wet Shaving Barber.
The bride is the daughter of Jean Butteriss of Barnsley and Stephen Barber, of Wakefield, and the bridegroom is the son of Steven and Elizabeth Pilkington, of Oswaldtwistle in Lancashire.
When asked about using of unhygienic equipment, a barber said he was a poor person and could not afford to use a separate razor and towel for every customer.
He said he is concerned that the new board will impose cosmetology questions on people seeking barber's licenses, and gradually drive barbers from the business.
Then he turned his attention to men's hair and became a master barber.
A large number of people daily visit barber shops for hair cutting, shaves and beard trimming.
Lady Barber was the widow of millionaire lawyer and property developer Sir William Henry Barber.