baring

  1. the removal of covering
  2. make public

Baring

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bare
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Baring

[1801] Baring was an 842 ton merchant ship and convict ship that transported convicts to Australia. Under the command of John Lamb, Baring left England on 20 April 1815 with 300 male convicts. She sailed via Madeira and Rio de Janeiro and arrived at Port Jackson on 17 September. Two male convicts died on the voyage. A detachment of the 34th...
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Baring

Baring (bâr'ing) , British family of bankers. Sir Francis Baring (1740–1810) founded (1763) the John and Francis Baring Company, which he renamed Baring Brothers and Company in 1806. At first the firm acted as import and export agents for others, but it soon became an independent merc...
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baring

baring (rhymes with caring) Uncovering, exposing: 'He was so disturbed that he could not stop baring his innermost feelings.'
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