BARK


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AcronymDefinition
BARKBeta-Adrenergic Receptor Kinase
BARKBay Area Rescue Keeshonden, Inc. (Los Altos, CA)
BARKBelleville Area Rescue of K-9s (Belleville, IL)
BARKBrisbane and Region K9 Disc Club (est. 2003; Australia)
BARKBuckles, Anchors, Rappel Device, Knots (mountaineering/climbing)
BARKBlairstown Animal Rescue Korp (Blairstown, NJ)
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As that's the case," said Sancho, "and your worship chooses to give in to these- I don't know if I may call them absurdities- at every turn, there's nothing for it but to obey and bow the head, bearing in mind the proverb, 'Do as thy master bids thee, and sit down to table with him;' but for all that, for the sake of easing my conscience, I warn your worship that it is my opinion this bark is no enchanted one, but belongs to some of the fishermen of the river, for they catch the best shad in the world here.
During this time, the Bretons had pushed the bark to the beach.
The man only shook his head and pointed to the pencil and the bark.
One of them even came to the door of the doghouse and said to me, `If you promise not to bark, we will make you a present of one of the chickens for your breakfast.
The bark I had wrote on to tell you we'd gone pirating.
Yes,' said the lord of the castle, 'if you will pass the night down there in the old tower, go thither; but I warn you, it is at the peril of your life, for it is full of wild dogs, which bark and howl without stopping, and at certain hours a man has to be given to them, whom they at once devour.
Great choice, according to the captain, is certainly displayed by the beaver in selecting the wood which is to furnish bark for winter provision.
But the doggie beneath the table began to bark, saying:
To return to the description of the coast: sixty leagues from Suaquem is an island called Mazna, only considerable for its ports, which make the Turks reside upon it, though they are forced to keep three barks continually employed in fetching water, which is not to be found nearer than at a distance of twelve miles.
he cried, passing the bottle to Porthos, "we are saved -- the bark is supplied with provisions.
Mohegan threw the fastening of the youth’s boat from the canoe, and with one stroke of his paddle sent the light bark over the water like a meteor.
Then, too, there was usually at least one bush-dog on the Arangi at which Jerry and Michael, from the beach, could bark their heads off.