by barring

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  • Then a campaign was organised to support her by baring themselves similarly.
  • "What do you mean by barring my way in this manner?" said the minister in great wrath to the captain. Cited from Dulcibel, A Tale of Old Salem, by Henry Peterson
  • This act has had a huge bearing on urban development, by barring development on large tracts of available land.
  • This does not mean that Colorado has weakened its schools by barring men from the teaching profession. Cited from What Eight Million Women Want, by Rheta Childe Dorr
  • We can at least begin by barring the irrelevant person -- in other words, choosing our own acquaintance. Cited from Prose Fancies, by Richard Le Gallienne
  • Following conviction, the Senate may vote to further punish the individual by barring him from holding future federal office, elected or appointed.
  • They didn't protect their retreat by barring the road with the felled trunks. Cited from Everyman's Land, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • All similar chords in the chromatic scale can then be played by barring a single fret.
  • By baring his neck and throat to the soldiers, he was indicating that he wouldn't resist.
  • Members of the genus are characterised by barring, sometimes prominently, on the upper breast.
  • The ape showed his displeasure by baring his teeth and growling up at them. Cited from Son of Tarzan, Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • But they saved it from complete dissolution by barring the road to capitalist restoration.
  • When the other Italian residents responded by barring the doors, the Irish mob managed to force their way in by breaking the doors down.
  • Within hours, the Austrian government reacted by barring Irving from further communication with the media.
  • The screening centres were staffed by settlers who had been appointed temporary district-officers by Baring.
  • They can either hinder the lemmings by barring the way, or help by forming paths over hazards.
  • It was managed by Baring Brothers and provided corporate advisory and funding services to multinationals.
  • However, the Turkish military openly discriminates against passive homosexuals by barring them from serving in the military.
  • Open tunings allow major triads to be played by barring one fret with only one finger, using the finger like a capo.
  • By barring the thumb across the G and D strings, the G and D notes can be played in quick succession.
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