- n. A surname.
“Middle linebacker Nick Barnett is easing his way back after season-ending anterior cruciate ligament knee surgery.”
“Barbara A. Barnett is a 2007 graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop, where she learned valuable things about writing and the evil ways of chickens.”
“Out of the 25-member class, five played up front on defense, including top prospects Calvin Barnett of Tulsa and Byran Jones of Junction City, Okla. -- two late commitments who give the overall class a much-needed boost.”
“Hall Pass was written by Pete Jones as a spec, then rewritten by Kevin Barnett and Peter and Bobby Farrelly.”
“Hall Pass was written by Peter Jones as a spec, then rewritten by Kevin Barnett and Peter and Bobby Farrelly.”
“Calvin Barnett, a tackle out of Tulsa, signed late with Arkansas, leaving the Cowboys without a player they wanted to fit one of the missing pieces left on their board.”
“The last to do so, DT Calvin Barnett of Tulsa, was an 11th-hour signee who went to Arkansas.”
“At an actual constitutional convention reflecting the contemporary popular will [assuming delegate Barnett is unable to sway everyone else], the following would be more likely to be adopted:”
“Followers of Le Fevre perhaps abhor violence at all, but Lysander Spooner (whom Randy Barnett is a fan of) tried to start slave uprisings in imitation of John Brown and urged the Irish to revolt against their landlords.”
“And maybe Randy Barnett is right; maybe we do need a constitutional convention to try to limit the federal government to something closer to its originally intended powers.”
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