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Political observers believed that this set the bar too high for citizens to either evict or invite Barleycorn into their counties.
Old English pieces also tended to be turned from one piece of wood or ivory, whereas Barleycorn comprised a number of parts which were screwed together.
bar]t "He could have eaten barleycorn and drunk soma, he could have gone home well saturated.
Adam Beschizza gave her a super ride and I'm delighted for the owners who all drink in the John Barleycorn pub in Duxford.
Indeed, his name is used as the generic term to describe all mid 19th century ivory, bone and hardwood chess sets in the red and white so-called barleycorn style, one of the most popular of all Victorian designs.
The application to convert The Barleycorn pub in Bearwood Road, Bearwood, has been re-submitted to Sandwell Council's planning committee.
None wanted to be overstocked and left with unsold goods, but still, some were predicting a good turnout for the "funeral festivities of old John Barleycorn.
And it's followed by a tour of the maltings building, a narrow tube with six inches of barleycorn smothering the floor at the start of the germination process.
The other pubs were The Cross Keys, Hardwicke, Gloucester (sold prior to auction); The Victoria Hotel, Derby (pounds 164,000); The Blackpool Inn, Burtonon-Trent (sold prior to auction); The Old Vine, Wolverhampton, (pounds 130,000); The CrownInn, Aston, Stone (pounds 150,000);The Old Iron Cot, Bucknall, Stoke (pounds 111,000) and the The Old Vine, Wolverhampton (pounds 130,000) The Wheel Inn, ShireOak, Walsalland The Hop and Barleycorn, Coseley, were unsold but are attracting interest.
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46): Distilleries have been around since the dawn of time, including barleycorn (whiskey), maize (whiskey), potatoes (vodka), sugarcane (rum), and arcane brews distilled from beets, bread crumbs, and bamboo.
Organic producer Doves Farm has seen interest grow in its more unusual products such as pasta, malthouse, barleycorn and spelt flours.
Lachie Hart, top management executive of the company, said that to meet the tastes of Japanese consumers, their cattle feed is a combination of barleycorn and sunflower seeds.
John Barleycorn Must Die: The War Against Drink In Arkansas by Ben Johnson III (Associate Professor of History, Southern Arkansas University) begins with the early attempts to keep alcohol from the Native Americans during Arkansas' colonial period.
There is in Macarine a satirical character, Sir John Barleycorn, but it is a rather restrained example of Lang's sometimes biting satire.