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  • noun

Synonyms for barnacle

European goose smaller than the brant

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I am relieved that a police auditor exists because with her the potential for investigation exists," Barnicle said.
Mr Haughey said the sale raised pounds 415,000 with only pounds 10,000 each going to him and Mr Barnicle.
Faculty Concert Series Stephen Barnicle, voice and recorders; Maryanne Barnicle, piano.
Once the LP came out it was a case of picking our time in conjunction with David Barnicle, the promoter at The Brink.
Students planned the rally to coincide with the Environmental Law Conference taking place this week at the university, said OSPIRG organizer Carly Barnicle.
He was replaced by Kieran Barnicle, who later made a super save from Down dangerman Martin Clarke.
Smith admitted she had made people up; Barnicle maintained that a questioned column from 1995 was true.
MA BARNICLE can supplement her last-time-out chasing win in the Racing Welfare Charities Millennium Appeal Handicap Hurdle (3.
If I didn't, I would have missed the article, ``Cigarette smoke hides another serious problem - alcohol,'' by Mike Barnicle, Opinions, Oct.
500 list is a significant honor and represents countless hours building a more reliable network for our customers," said John Barnicle, CEO and President of Peerless Network.
David Barnicle, events manager at The Brink, and Karen Hemmings, head of service || at Action on Addition, during the Liverpool Recovery Street Film Festival.
PHILADELPHIA, March 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Award-winning journalist Mike Barnicle, a frequent contributor and guest host on MSNBC will be the keynote speaker at the Philadelphia Bar Association's Wednesday, March 28 Quarterly Meeting and Luncheon with special introduction by Edward G.
Mercy Corps started this giving program in 2002, and each year it raises about $500,000 for the agency, which serves communities recovering from war or social upheaval, spokesman Jeremy Barnicle said.
Charles Haughey's high-flying son and Mr John Terrance Barnicle have failed to file annual returns for their troubled Celtic Helicopters company for the years 1998 and 1999.
He recalls that in the second of the Globe's major ethics brouhahas in 1998--the forced resignation of Mike Barnicle over questionable columns--he had two full staff meetings, one before the resignation, which Barnicle attended, and one after (see Bylines, September 1998).