- 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.
a defensive barrier hastily constructed, as in a street, to stop an enemy. any barrier that obstructs p-ssage. to obstruct or block with a barricade: barricading the streets to prevent an attack. to shut in and defend with or as if with a barricade: the rebels had barricaded themselves in the old city. contemporary examples […]
a barricade. to barricade. historical examples the doctor falls down before the barricado, and is stretched all his hapless length fainting on the floor. recreations of christopher north, volume 2 john wilson i renounce your defiance; if you parley so roughly, i’ll barricado my gates against you. a select collection of old english plays, volume […]