Did you mayhaps mean barns?
“A new documentary, "Suicide Killers," by French-Jewish filmmaker Pierre Rehov is sure to draw barbs from the other camp.”
“The barbs from the bedsprings poked into the hide.”
“Hewitt's edgy demeanor, if not his ill-considered barbs, is applauded by those who consider men's tennis in need of noteworthy characters.”
“When the bull had received several barbs from the piccador, he was tired of pursuing the horse.”
“The shaft divides the feather into two broad vanes on each side, which consist of parallel branches called barbs.”
“Naturally, many of the barbs are the usual anonymous posts fired off in the no-risk celebrity shooting gallery of the web.”
“Flight feathers on modern birds have a central shaft and stiff fibers, called barbs, that branch from that shaft.”
“barbs' -- that is, barbarians; we on the inside are Greeks.”
“I hadn't noticed these "barbs" in Letabundus, actually; I'd only read through about half of the hymn.”
“But unless the authors of the story left something out, the "barbs" only flew in one direction and only one side got stupid.”
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