the wall, usually a red wooden fence, bordering a bullring.
the first row of seats in a bullfight arena.
the barrera is the enclosure of stout planks, strengthened by posts, which separates the performers from the spectators.
the pictureque antiquities of spain; nathaniel armstrong wells
bulls frequently leap the barrera of the arena, although the height is over five feet.
the story of seville walter m. gallichan
during a great part of the bull-fight gallardo remained on the vaulting wall of the barrera.
the blood of the arena vicente blasco ibez
maurice [moh-rees] /moʊˈris/ (show ipa), 1862–1923, french novelist, writer on politics, and politician. a handrail placed at hip height, used by a dancer to maintain balance during practice. textiles. a pattern of stripes or bands of color extending across the warp in woven and knitted fabrics. textiles. a streak in the filling direction when one […]
- Barrett's syndrome
barrett’s syndrome barrett’s syndrome bar·rett’s syndrome (bār’ĭts) n. chronic peptic ulcer of the lower esophagus due to the presence of columnar epithelium resembling the mucosa of the gastric cardia. also called barrett’s esophagus.
a form of detector or control device employing a resistor that varies in proportion to its temperature.
a shantytown section on the outskirts of a large city in latin america.