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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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Summary: D3-based barbershop gets a second woman on board, two months after it recruited the UAE's first female barber
Dubai: Two months after a Dubai barbershop recruited the UAE's first female barber, the novel tribe, it turns out, is increasing.
But a judge yesterday ruled that, despite amassing more than PS5m through the con, Barber was found to only have assets of PS711,000 available to be seized.
Syed Mohammad Ali, a resident of Sector I-10/1 said "I know the impact of use of unsterilized equipment at barber shops but why the local administration was reluctant to take action against those who were spreading diseases like hepatitis B and C.
com)-- Gentleman's Barber Spa is offering the Royal Shave all week until Valentine's Day
Brandon Barber wants to hold onto his life insurance policy for his children.
WHEN it opened just over 75 years ago, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts was described by The Times as being the "purest example" of the work of a key British architect.
A DINAS Powys barber is celebrating after being shortlisted in a competition to find Britain's Best Wet Shaving Barber.
MISS Tracy Barber and Mr Daniel Pilkington were married at St David's Church, Holmbridge.
Alison Scatterwood, barbering lecturer from East Durham College in Peterlee, County Durham, is competing against 14 other candidates for the North East Best Wet Shaving Barber title.
Whoever controls the licensing can set any rules they want, and you're controlled by them," said licensed barber Clayton Cooper.
CLINTON - Alexander Puleo has opened Alexander's Family Barber Shop at 343 Main St.