Barker in Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Science, vols.
Barker, Syria and Egypt (1876); W.
Barker, Lares and Penates (1853); V.
Under the name godwit two perfectly distinct species of British birds were included, but that which seems to have been especially prized is known to modern ornithologists as the black-tailed godwit, Limosa aegocephala, formerly called, from its loud cry, a yarwhelp,' shrieker or barker, in the districts it inhabited.
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For later impressions note: Lady Barker, Station Life in New Zealand (London, 1869); Sir Charles Dilke, Greater Britain (London, new ed., 1885); Anthony Trollope, Australia and New Zealand (London, 1875); J.
But the courts will not in such cases prevent the engineer from acting, where the contractor was aware of the facts when he signed the contract, and there is no reason to believe that the engineer will be unfair (Ives and Barker v.
In Zygosaccharomyces described by Barker (1901) we have a form of the usual sprouting type, but here again there is a fusion of two cells to form a sporangium.
Saccharomycetaceae: Jorgensen, The Micro-organisms of Fermentation (1899); Barker, Ann.
Man and Superman (published in 1903) was produced there on the 23rd of May 1905, in a necessarily abridged form, with Granville Barker in the part of John Tanner, the author of the "Revolutionists's Handbook and Pocket Companion," printed as an appendix to the play.
The Vedrenne-Barker management also revived Candida (April 1904), You Never Can Tell (May 1905), Captain Brassbound's Conversion (March 1906) and John Bull's other Island (November 1904), a statement of the Irish land question, which had been produced at the Camden Theatre in 1903, and later by the Stage Society.
See also Histoire naturelle des Iles Canaries, by P. Barker-Webb and S.
Barker, History of Bury St Edmunds.
C. Barker, C.I.E., director of the IndoEuropean Telegraph Department in Persia.
In 1736 Tucker married Dorothy, the daughter of Edward Barker of East Betchworth, cursitor baron of the exchequer.
Barker, Syria and Egypt (1876); R.
A microscope, using concave mirrors, was proposed in 1672 by Sir Isaac Newton; and he was succeeded by Barker, R.
The sister's son, Samuel Barker, also became in time one of White's most valued correspondents.
Barker (1894); and the other letters, papers and diaries of the time.
Ralph Barker edited some 250 of them together with the "Rule of Faith" (1695-1704).
Imprinted at London by Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie.