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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of barrel.
- adj. having a barrel or specified number of barrels.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See barreled.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of an arrow) tapered toward both ends
- adj. put in or stored in a barrel
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"The bullets we obtained from the bodies are generally used in short-barrelled guns," Ince said.
I'm a Celebrity, X Factor, 2009 "Rubbery pirate ship figurehead" Jordan and Simon Cowell ( "he prepares for each episode by dipping his head in matt-black Dulux and painting his dressing room wall with it") are the hapless cannon fodder in this double-barrelled reality showdown.
He just barrelled ahead, determined to become the most obstructionist minority leader since the antebellum days of the 19th Century.
The decision, which caused the Singapore dollar to rise to a record high against the U.S. currency, followed a "double-barrelled" tightening in April and signals the central bank is stepping up efforts to curb inflation, which it warned will rise to around 4% by the end of the year.
Lovely details include bottles of organic white peach juice in the fridge, jars of homemade wild blueberry jam, and canvas beach chairs and umbrellas -- everything you need to do absolutely nothing in full-barrelled comfort.
Reliable and durable yes, but 11/2 to 2 groups is the norm for the Model 70 unless you had it custom barrelled or gunsmithed.
This double-barrelled approach (DFA Healthcare, and a Vets 'Outreach) should pay dividends as this race winds down.
It shoots a big bullet that was originally intended to be shot in long barrelled rifles using 70 grains of black powder ... same as a .45 caliber muzzle loader with the same load.
I shot a 27 inch barrelled 25-06 for many years and loved it because of the extra speed and it accounted for hundreds of very long range prairie dogs.
Unable to stop with almost half the 8,900-foot runway behind it, the plane barrelled off the strip at roughly 60 miles an hour and broke apart.
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