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- noun A passage into a field or yard, closed by bars made to take out of the posts.
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- noun A
passageinto a fieldor yard, closed by barsthat can be lifted out of the posts.
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In front of the house he crossed an open barway, and then paused to observe two men at work in full view near the house.
It is hoped a new marine rescue boat based at St Helens on Tasmania's east coast will reduce the danger involved with fishing boats passing through the town's barway.
Mr Llewellyn says the vessel will significantly help with rescues in the barway.