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bar·ye

(ba'rē),
The CGS unit of pressure, equal to 1 dyne/cm2 or 10-6 bar. See: bar (1).
[G. barys, heavy]

barye

An obsolete non-SI (International System) unit of pressure in the CGS system, which is equal to 1 dyne/cm2.
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"I've had a tremendous season," said Barrie, who first lifted the Champion of Champions trophy by beating home player Bryan Innes at Murcar Links five years ago.
Rebecca James-Reid, Executive Director, Access Barrie for the City of Barrie, says, 'While our city is growing, our citizens' expectations are changing.
Cardiff City posted on their Twitterpage: "We're saddened to learn of the passing of former Bluebird Barrie Hole.
The Football Association of Wales said it was "sad to learn of the passing of Barrie Hole."
Barrie was a self-made businessman with a heart of gold, the ultimate people's person, never forgetting where he came from and always putting people first."
Barrie said: "It sickens me that she knew the sweatshirt belonged to the perverted killer of two innocent children.
The Trust is completely funded by millionaire philanthropist Barrie Wells, who created Box4Kids after noticing many empty executive boxes at major venues.
Ross Whalen will be the playwright in Barrie's Legacy, showing how he set up the school drama club which remains a dynamic part of life at the academy today.
These were used by Barrie to create the initial Black Lake stories as a photo collage, much of which made it into the Peter Pan story - including the lake, which became the South Sea Lagoon.
Paisley Sheriff Court heard Barrie, who was employed with ABM cleaning services at the airport, was on shift at 6am when it was said he received news of a family bereavement and decided to motor off home in the stolen trolley truck.
The story of a little boy who never wants to grow up was written by Barrie after he befriended the Llewellyn-Davies family while walking in London's Kensington Gardens in 1897.