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"Barbedor" is a book by Michel Tournier.
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Second Edition by Eric Delson, Ian Tattersall, John Van Couvering, Alison S. Brooks
Bone, antler, and wood formed the haftsof suchcomposite tools as sickles, as well as the points, barbedor smooth, of arrows, harpoons, fishhooks, and leisters. The detachable point, which may first appear in the Late Paleolithicof several areas ...
A Biographical Dictionary; Containing an Historical Account of All the Engravers, from the Earliest Period of the Art of Engraving to the Present Time; and a Short List of Their Most Esteemed Works. With the Cyphers, Monograms, and Particular Marks, Used by Each Master, Accurately Copied from the Originals, and Properly Explained. To which is Prefixed, an Essay on the Rise and Progress of the Art of Engraving, Both on Copper and on Wood. With Several Curious Specimens of the Performances of the Most Ancient Artists (1785)
by Joseph Strutt
the writing-master at Paris; and another for Louis Barbedor.
BARBEDOR, JEHAN (French). A Goldsmith, and perhaps also a Gem- engraver.
by Percy Hide Reaney, Richard Middlewood Wilson
Roger Barbeder, William Barbedor 1279 RH (C). 'Golden beard', OFr barbe, or. v. also GOLDBARD. Bardill : v. BARDELL Bardin : v. BARDEN Bardney : v. BARDENEY ...
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Scrabble value of B3A1R1B3E1D2O1R1
The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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