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- n. The door of a barn
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An opaque adjustable flap on a lamp fixture; used in photography to cut off light from particular areas.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The door of a barn.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the large sliding door of a barn
- n. an opaque adjustable flap on a lamp fixture; used in photography to cut off light from particular areas
By stepping through the reveal of Giacomo Rossi-Stuart's doppelgänger, I noticed that the green light that suddenly illuminates the side of his face flares up a beat or two after he turns to face the hero -- as if it was already on, waiting for a piece of cardboard to drop away, or a lighting "barndoor" to open and expose it.
At times a glance down into the clear water will show a score of fish in sight at once, hake, haddock, cod, halibut, dog-fish, and perhaps an immense "barndoor" skate, a yard or more square.
Basil! he never could understand why she could not climb trees as well as he and Susan D. D.ar Basil! dearest of boys! how nice he looked in his new blue suit; and who would mend the first "barndoor" that he tore in jacket or trousers?
It was "only" the 3rd largest barndoor captured during the week of my stay.
So I agree with "shinyteapot", add a Dany scene so the viewer sees her struggle. hell, they're already added the brothel scene to help character development, so that barndoor is already open.
Never had there been such slaughtering of capons, and fat geese, and barndoor fowls; never such boiling of “reested” hams; never such making of car-cakes and sweet scones, Selkirk bannocks, cookies, and petticoat-tails — delicacies little known to the present generation.
There is not much apparent resemblance between a barndoor Fowl and the Dog who protects the farm-yard.
December 30, 2005 at 5: 41 pm closing the barndoor too lateâ€ ¦
When I recovered my presence of mind a little, I took the locket out of the bit of paper (the locket indeed! it was as big as a barndoor padlock), and slowly put it into my shirt.
The barndoor cock, when we left him on board the steamer going to