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A barker, often a carnival barker, is a person who attempts to attract patrons to entertainment events, such as a circus or funfair, by exhorting passing members of ...

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Barker may refer to: Contents. 1 Occupations; 2 People; 3 Places. 3.1 Antarctica; 3.2 Australia; 3.3 United States; 3.4 Elsewhere. 4 Man-made structures; 5 Other ...

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Barker shoes are an English Shoemaker that has been producing hand made shoes using traditional shoemaking methods since 1880. Popular styles including ...

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Barker definition, an animal or person that barks. See more.

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Barker definition is - one that barks; especially : a person who advertises by hawking at an entrance to a show.

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Bob had amassed a considerable stockpile of double entendres from his days working as a barker for a strip joint. A shelf-talker. (video games) A video game ...

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John Barker's practice focuses on national security matters including export controls and trade sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control at ...

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Barker Manufacturing | RV Supplies Since 1953 | Tote-Alongs, Power Jacks, Slidewinders | Made in USA | Family-Owned | Locally-Operated | Battle Creek, ...

www.barkeradoptionfoundation.org

The Barker Adoption Foundation believes that all children deserve a safe, loving, and permanent family. We are committed to provide support to families through ...