Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The pressure of one dyne per square centimeter; -- used as a unit of pressure.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The unit of pressure in the centimeter-gram-second system, equal to one dyne per square centimeter.

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  • Labels: jill banks barad, laurette healey, sherman oaks, van nuys

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  • I was studying for a test with my daughter and on the prep sheet she was asked: what Rashi said about barad (the hail)

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  • With barad Rashi (Ex 9, 24) explains there is fire in each piece of hail.

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  • The sanctuary was established in 1965. in sasan gir hallipad well come's: junagadh collecter mr. ashwini kumar, police supri.mr. maninadarsinh puvar, sansad mr. dinubhai solanki, minister mr. dilip sanghani, MLA dhirsinh barad, MLA bhagabhai barad, DDO rajesh manju, PCCF mr. pradip khanna,

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  • As Dalip barad says” I have always felt that our consciousness was/is never 'discriminating' towards feminine issues.

    Sense & Sensuality

  • i also believe in sauron because he built barad-dur and it says so in the lord of the rings. unfortunately, after submission, they say they cannot use every story. this suggests they actually selected the drivel on the front page. incredible.

    Pharyngula

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