Sir James M(atthew) 1860–1937, Scottish novelist, short-story writer, and playwright.
a city in SE Ontario, in S Canada, NW of Toronto.
That village in the hollow, which is so red and striking in the sunset, is Kirriemuir: it is the Thrums of barries novel.
The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6 Augustus J. C. Hare
And this, please your grace, has been announced as barries crowning fantasy!
Ainslee’s magazine, Volume 16, No. 3, October, 1905 Various
(Scot, dialect) very good; attractive
Sir James Matthew. 1860–1937, Scottish dramatist and novelist, noted particularly for his popular children’s play Peter Pan (1904)
a town in E Rhode Island. Historical Examples Leading his horse, Barrington went to the door and called for the landlord. The Light That Lures Percy Brebner “Miss Barrington told me I might take this liberty,” said Polly, with a faint smile. Barrington Charles James Lever Barrington Court (now a farm) is a magnificent E-shaped […]
(in Spain and countries colonized by Spain) one of the divisions into which a town or city, together with the contiguous rural territory, is divided. a part of a large U.S. city, especially a crowded inner-city area, inhabited chiefly by a Spanish-speaking population. Contemporary Examples Alberto often pushed a shopping cart through his barrio, collecting […]
Justo Rufino [hoo-staw roo-fee-naw] /ˈhu stɔ ruˈfi nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1835–85, Guatemalan statesman: president of Guatemala 1873–85. (in Spain and countries colonized by Spain) one of the divisions into which a town or city, together with the contiguous rural territory, is divided. a part of a large U.S. city, especially a crowded inner-city area, inhabited […]
noun a wine barrel holding 59.44 gallons (225 liters), esp. for Bordeaux Examples A barrique for Burgundy hold 228 liters and for Beaujolais, 215 liters. Word Origin French Usage Note cooking Historical Examples As the barrique contains something over 50 gallons, the estimate was for about 2000 gallons of brandy, not an illiberal allowance. Count […]