a reef of coral running roughly parallel to the sh-r- and separated from it by a wide, deep lagoon.
great barrier reef.
a coral reef parallel to the coast of queensland, in ne australia. 1250 miles (2010 km) long.
a heavy sea was still running over the barrier reef which enclosed a small lagoon.
the wings of the morning louis tracy
day by day we scanned the heaving sea, far out beyond the barrier reef, until i began to feel like crusoe upon his lonely isle.
tales of fishes zane grey
the big front doors stood open to the sea, where a mile away the breakers tossed and tumbled on the barrier reef.
wild justice: stories of the south seas lloyd osbourne
the light came, touching with silver the great, tumbling seas outside the barrier reef, but the seas were empty.
the island of enchantment justus miles forman
ross balanced in the middle of the skiff as it bobbed along the swell of waves inside a barrier reef.
key out of time andre alice norton
having a full set of admiralty sheet-charts of the coast and barrier reef, i felt easy in mind.
sailing alone around the world joshua sloc-m
on again sailing north in the porpoise, he was wrecked on the barrier reef.
terre napoleon ernest scott
the australian bee-eater, a bird of attractive plumage, is found all over the northern islets of the barrier reef.
wealth of the world’s waste places and oceania
jewett castello gilson
this was outside the barrier reef of the little island of ailuk, in the marshall group.
a memory of the southern seas louis becke
in this case the bank is called a barrier reef, and sometimes it is of enormous size.
the animal world, a book of natural history theodore wood
a long narrow coral reef near and lying parallel to the sh-r-, separated from it by deep water see great barrier reef
a coral reef in the coral sea, off the ne coast of australia, extending for about 2000 km (1250 miles) from the torres strait along the coast of queensland; the largest coral reef in the world
a long, narrow ridge of coral that runs parallel to the mainland and is separated from it by a deep lagoon. compare atoll, fringing reef.
verb (transitive) to tend (infectious patients) in isolation, to prevent the spread of infection
anything built or serving to bar p-ssage, as a railing, fence, or the like: people may p-ss through the barrier only when their train is announced. any natural bar or obstacle: a mountain barrier. anything that restrains or obstructs progress, access, etc.: a trade barrier. a limit or boundary of any kind: the barriers of […]
sir james m(atthew) 1860–1937, scottish novelist, short-story writer, and playwright. a city in se ontario, in s canada, nw of toronto. historical examples 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. […]
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 […]