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- n. The doors of a barn.
- n. Four hinged metal slats that come (or are attachable) on the front of cinema lights. They are used for shaping light and fastening light gels.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There were certain assets that could never be bought, that could only be found, throwing corncobs at barn doors and hitting three-sewer moonshots through plate-glass windows.