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Bar·ré

(bah-rā'),
Jean-Alexandre, French neurologist, 1880-1967. See: Barré sign, Guillain-Barré reflex, Guillain-Barré syndrome, Landry-Guillain-Barré syndrome.
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Workouts include arm exercises and lower-body moves at the dancer's barre, sometimes using light weights.
CORE BARRE[TM] classes are based on elements of Pilates, ballet barre work, strengthening, and even power yoga sequences.
Barres can be installed at a fixed height, but some studios opt for an adjustable barre that can move from child to adult height.
Barre was a 13th-round pick in 2002 and taken as a senior.
As Siad Barre steered more and more power towards his own tribe, many of his cabinet began to establish secret links with opposition groups and to look for ways to defect.
So what did Hains, Villegle, Hantai, and Barre have in common?
During the 1980s, the United States supplied Barre with an estimated one billion dollars' worth of weapons and military training, which Barre did not hesitate to use on his own people.
announced today that Cheryl Barre has been named Chief Marketing Officer for Arby's and President of Arby's Franchise Association.
Patricia worked as a dispatcher for both the Barre Police Dept.
Arkansas natives Michele McCutcheon and Lindsey Newton have recently opened a Little Rock franchise of Pure Barre, an exercise dance studio, at the Pleasant Ridge Town Center at 11525 Cantrell Road, Suite 306.
com)-- Las Vegas is home to several ballet-barre-based fitness classes and more than a few studios, but only one of those studios, Barre Definitions, and its owner/founder, Nami Oneda, can trace her barre heritage directly back to the beginnings of the movement.
My barre is based fundamentally on the warm-up a dancer requires for the entire body.