Barra

Barra is Australian slang for barramundi fish.
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BARRA

Software programs developed by the international investment consulting firm Barra International used to evaluate risk profile, chiefly in equity investments.
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Barra

Atlantic island of the Outer Hebrides group, Western Isles council area, historic county of Inverness-shire, Scotland, about 5 miles (8 km) southwest ... [1 related articles]
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Barra

[Naples] Barra is an eastern quarter of Naples, southern Italy with a population of some 40,000 inhabitants (38,103 in the 2001 census.) Barra occupies the easternmost section of the Naples comune`s territory, ranging from the sea to the Vesuvio`s slopes, bounding with Poggioreale. The area has suffered much the same fate of urban decay as ...
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Barra

The barra was an old unit of measurement used for cloth in Portugal and parts of Spain during the 18th century. Three different barras were employed: in Valencia, in Castile and in Aragon, all slightly different but roughly equivalent to the English yard, but all slightly shorter.
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Barra

Southern island of the larger Outer Hebrides, Scotland, part of the Western Isles unitary council area; area 90 sq km/35 sq mi; population (2001) 1,100. It is separated from South Uist by the Sound of Barra. The principal town is Castlebay. The main industries are fishing and tourism. Archaeological sites of interest on Barra include Al...
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Barra

A training system of vines; see there.
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