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April Barrows (b. 1954)

bank barrow



barrow boy

barrow cemetery

Barrow's zones

bell barrow

bowl barrow

Bush Barrow, Amesbury, Wiltshire, England

Cotswold–Severn long barrow

disc barrow

Donnai–Barrow syndrome

Dora Frances Barrow Montefiore (1851—1933) suffragist

D-shaped barrow

Elizabeth Barrow Dickens (1789—1863)

fancy barrow

Florence Mary Barrow (1876—1964) relief worker and promoter of improved housing

founder's barrow

George Barrow (1853—1932) geologist

Henry Barrow (c. 1790—1870) maker of mathematical instruments

Henry Barrow (c. 1550—1593) religious separatist

Isaac Barrow (1630—1677) mathematician and theologian

Isaac Barrow (1613—1680) bishop of St Asaph

John Barrow (fl. c. 1725—1784) teacher of mathematics and writer

John Henry Barrow (1796—1858) journalist and writer

Julia Bennett Barrow (1824)

Keith Barrow

Kim Barrow


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A river of south-eastern Ireland, rising in the Sliab Bladma [Slieve Bloom], providing a border between counties Kildare, Carlow, and Waterford from Laois and Kilkenny, and emptying, after a distance of 120 miles, in Wexford harbour. In early Irish stories it is known as Berba. In the valley of the Barrow, Mac Cécht kills a supernatural being named Mechi, son of Mórrígan, and burns its three hearts, each one of which contains a serpent.

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