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bar·ba

(bar'bă), [TA]
1. The beard.
2. A hair of the beard.
Synonym(s): beard [TA]
[L.]

barba

[L.] beard.
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He focused on a thorough observation of all aspects of Barbar from the presentation of its delivery food items to the thickness of its grilled kafta fingers.
The pottery and small finds of the Barbar temples correlate with those of Qala'at al-Bahrain and the island Failaka situated off the coast of Kuwait, ranging from the Ur III Period to the late Isin-Larsa Period.
He (the 28-year-old) came to my house in Barbar and told me he was wanted by police but did not tell me why," the 22-year-old defendant told prosecutors.
The high-end supermarket's former outlets in The Centre in Nuwaidrat and Jawad Dome in Barbar will open their doors again "within two weeks", said a spokeswoman for the Jawad Business Group reported the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Authorities were called to the scene to investigate a white Hyundai vehicle that was parked near the popular Barbar chain of restaurants.
The fund aimed to use venture capital as a conduit for early adoption of emerging technologies and to build a pipeline of innovation for Chevron, said Chevron Technology Ventures president Barbar Burger.
ISLAMABAD -- A delegation led by Sir Michael Barbar, UK Special Envoy, Friday, called on Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif here at the Prime Minister's Office and discussed way and means for the improvement of education structure at government schools in Pakistan.
Zardari said that Sharif brothers did not have enough workers to hold the funeral of their father in Lahore, adding that his body was taken to Data Barbar.
Caesar Barbar, who is 5ft 10 and weighs 20 stone, said the fast food chains misled people.
Fifteen marijuana plants, a gun and crystal meth were seized during a raid on his home in Barbar.
Reported by Magui Issa Translated by Rasha Zantout NNA - The fortress of Barbar Agha and heritage houses stand in Barsa, a village in Koura in North Lebanon, whose name means in Aramaic "irrigation.