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  • noun Plural form of barbershop.


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  • The debate is playing out not just in barbershops, but in blogs, magazines and newspapers.

    Obama focused on issues, not race

  • Think of the arrests that could be made ... unregistered vehicles, no insurance, concealed weapons, drugs, LOUD MUSIC/MUFFLERS, littering, so-called barbershops opened till whenever, drinking achohol OUTSIDE of bars.

    News from

  • Now graduated, Hall is a student at the University of Phoenix, located at 30 S. 17th St. in Center City, where he is studying business management in order to work toward his goal of becoming an entrepreneur and better understanding local businesses, such as barbershops in his community.

    The Temple News

  • In Berlin, in 1903, the chemist Hans Schwarzkopf launched Puder-Shampoo, a popular “powder shampoo” that replaced alcohol and ammonia mixtures used in many barbershops and homes.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Go anywhere around the city, in the barbershops, around the water coolers at work and on local talk radio and the discussion regarding where to lay blame for the condition of the city will rage on for hours, days and lately years.

    John K. Bennett: Blame for Detroit's Problems Falls on You, the Voter

  • When I read that in April 2010 the Cuban government was legalizing barbershops and beauty parlors with three or fewer seats, I was anxious to try one.

    Michael Kaye: Close Shaves in Cuba

  • In my previous visits to Cuban barbershops, I had missed the frank conversations of the affairs of the day that you usually here in such establishments.

    Michael Kaye: Close Shaves in Cuba

  • "I remember seeing them in post offices and barbershops and on factory bulletin boards in my little hometown in North Carolina before I went off to war."

    Pristine propaganda posters revive rally cry of WWII

  • OBAMA: If you're going to the barbershops and the beauty shops, talking to your friends and talking to your neighbors ...

    Midterm Results To Chart Course Of Obama's Term

  • In it, Bearden alternates between the commotion of Harlem -- street cars and barbershops, friends congregating on the corner -- and our quietest possible moments on earth -- through one of the building's windows, a couple makes love; through another, a man sits by himself on the backstairs.

    Bobby Elliott: New York's Centennial Celebration of Romare Bearden (1911 - 1988)


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