American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Barlow, Joel 1754-1812. American poet and diplomat in Algiers (1795-1797). Among his noted poetic works are "The Hasty Pudding” (1796) and the epic Columbiad (1807).
- From Old English bere ("barley") + hlāw ("hill") or lēah ("wood,clearing"). (Wiktionary)
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“For the this crowd Barlow is a household name and everyone knows him.”
“Maude Barlow is National Chairperson of the Council of Canadians, a 20,000 member organization committed to the preservation and enhancement of Canadian sovereignty.”
“When the day arrived for Sir William Brandon to set out on the circuit, he called Barlow, and enjoined on that acute and intelligent servant the strictest caution with respect to Lucy.”
“I was not much alarmed for your safety, because Captain Barlow,  wrote word that there was no danger, as the vessel was new & sound. an account which by the blessing of God I will remember, & if we should ever meet, thank him for.”
“Vinay sez, John Perry Barlow is in Iceland for the Icelandic Foundation for Digital Freedoms 'conference.”
“The 49ers listed FB Fred Beasley (bruised hand), LB Derek Smith (strained hamstring), RB Kevin Barlow (bruised quad), G David Baas (bruised shoulder) and QB Alex Smith (strained knee). ...”
“Another explanation of these data is found in Barlow, Sakheim, and Beck’s (1983) theory of the role of anxiety and attention in sexual responding.”
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