any of several stones forming the sloping edge of a gable.
one of the crew of a barge. a person who owns, manages, or captains a barge. Historical Examples Indeed this was the most intelligent Tchuktchi I ever met, although his language would have startled an English bargee. From Paris to New York by Land Harry de Windt Please, Mr. bargee, will you take us in […]
a straight stitch worked in a high and low relief pattern to form a variety of zigzag or oblique designs. needlepoint work or a design done in such stitches, especially the traditional needlepoint created by a classic stitch (Florentine stitch) done in diagonal lines. Historical Examples Another of the interesting buildings is the bargello, an […]
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a capacious, flat-bottomed vessel, usually intended to be pushed or towed, for transporting freight or passengers; lighter. a vessel of state used in pageants: elegantly decorated barges on the Grand Canal in Venice. Navy. a boat reserved for a flag officer. a boat that is heavier and wider than a shell, often used in racing […]
a seaport in SE Italy, on the Adriatic. a department in SE Italy. 7442 sq. mi. (19,275 sq. km). Capital: Bari. Contemporary Examples “This is a war of sacrifice, not of green dollars,” says Bari Khan, a Taliban commander in Ghazni province. Afghanistan: Mixed Reviews for Obama’s Visit Sami Yousafzai, Ron Moreau May 1, 2012 […]