Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See bard, bard.
- v. put a caparison on
“For years, One Eye, a mute warrior of supernatural strength, has been held prisoner by the Norse chieftain Barde.”
“They said troops went to Al-Barde and Yeed on Saturday seeking the man.”
“Barde agreed, adding that tolerance is one of Vancouver's best assets.”
“For years, One Eye, a mute warrior of supernatural strength, has been prisoner of Norse chieftain Barde.”
“In other words, Barde happened upon the right person.”
“As to what the substance of messages-particularly those surrounding sex-will be, Barde explains that they don't plan on rocking any boats.”
“Insistent that the NTM journey is about growing a tough skin and learning to handle criticism, grow and move on, Barde stated that they are "producing a TV show, not changing international modelling".”
“And Barde hastens to add that only one "short" NTM contestant-the five-foot, seven-inch Eva Pigford-has ever triumphed.”
“Getting the right equipment, right treatment and right people into the home at the right time facilitates faster recovery and shorter length of home health care services, according to Barde.”
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