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  • bar|tend — «BAHR TEHND», intransitive verb. U.S. Informal. to tend a bar; work as a bartender …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bar stock — Storage area containing assorted bar stock. Bar stock, also colloquially known as billet,[1] is a common form of raw purified metal, used by industry to manufacture metal parts and products. Most metal produced by a steel mill or aluminium plant… …   Wikipedia

  • Bar-Hebraeus — (1226 near Malatya, Sultanate of Rûm (modern Turkey) – 30 July 1286 in Maraga, Persia) was catholicos (bishop) of the Syriac Orthodox Church in the 13th century. He is noted for his works addressing philosophy, poetry, language, history, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Bar Hebraeus —     Bar Hebræus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Bar Hebræus     (Abu l Faraj).     A Jacobite Syrian bishop, philosopher, poet, grammarian, physician, Biblical commentator, historian, and theologian, b. at Meletine (Malatia), Asia Minor, 1226; d.… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Work hardening — Work hardening, also known as strain hardening or cold working, is the strengthening of a metal by plastic deformation. This strengthening occurs because of dislocation movements within the crystal structure of the material.[1] Any material with… …   Wikipedia

  • BAR-AM, MICHA — (1930– ), Israeli photographer. Born in Berlin, Bar Am immigrated with his parents to Palestine in 1936. He joined the Haganah and the Palmaḥ, and after the War of Independence became a member of kibbutz Malkiyyah and later of kibbutz Gesher ha… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Bar, Montenegro — Bar Бар Bar City Centre …   Wikipedia

  • BAR KOKHBA — (d. 135 C.E.), leader of the revolt in Judea against Rome (132–135 C.E.). The Man and the Leader Bar Kokhba is known in talmudic sources as Ben Kozevah, Bar Kozevah, or Ben Koziva (Heb. בן כוזבה, בר כוסבא, בן כוזיבא; Sanh. 93b; BK 97b; TJ, Ta an …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BAR, SHLOMO — (1944– ), singer, composer, drummer, and flutist. Bar was born in Morocco and came to Israel at the age of six. In 1977, against a background of social and cultural unrest in Israel, Bar founded a small ensemble which he called Ha Breirah ha T… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BAR HEBRAEUS° (or Bar ʿEbhraya or Ibn al- ʿIbri), JOHA-NAN — (later: Gregorius or Abu al Faraj; 1226–1286), the last of the important writers in Syriac. He was the son of an apostate Jewish physician, Aaron (hence the appellation Son of the Hebrew), and knew Hebrew. Born in Malaṭīya (in Asia Minor) he went …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BAR KAPPARA — (beginning of third century C.E.), Palestinian scholar in the transition period between the tannaim and the amoraim. When quoted in tannaitic sources, he is called by his full name, R. Eleazar ha Kappar Beribbie. In his role as an amora, both… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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