Barraquer’s disease Bar·ra·quer’s disease (bār’ə-kârz’, bä-rä-kěrz’)
See progressive lipodystrophy.
noun Paul François Jean Nicolas, Vicomte de Barras. 1755–1829, French revolutionary: member of the Directory (1795–99) Historical Examples Dont raise your hand, shouted barras; it would drip with blood. Talleyrand Joseph McCabe Madame barras had not taken the currency away as I imagined. The Sleuth of St. James’s Square Melville Davisson Post According to the […]
a person who commits barratry. Historical Examples The punishment of the barrators bears a relation to their sins. The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri Dante Alighieri noun a person guilty of barratry
fraud by a master or crew at the expense of the owners of the ship or its cargo. the offense of frequently exciting and stirring up lawsuits and quarrels. the purchase or sale of ecclesiastical preferments or of offices of state. Historical Examples But of all sins, that of “barratry” was one of the most […]
Jean-Louis [zhahn-lwee] /ʒɑ̃ˈlwi/ (Show IPA), 1910–1994, French actor and director. Historical Examples The “mission of the mother” was formed, and with Barrault at the head it set out for Constantinople. The Task of Social Hygiene Havelock Ellis noun Jean-Louis (ʒɑ̃lwi). 1910–94, French actor and director, noted particularly as a mime