(1) At the schools, the bairns pour on to the van all excited, getting to choose their reading material.
(2) Whereas Ed Miliband offered working parents of three and four-year-olds in England 25 hours of free childcare a week if Labour wins the next general election, Salmond targeted families with very wee bairns.
(3) Moreover, your self-acknowledged callousness is surely due to fearfulness that if your man is ill there will be no more food on the table for you and your bairns.
(4) The on-screen CK is a beleaguered, if well-meaning, divorced dad, trying to raise his daughters to an ethical code but realising that such lofty goals are often thwarted by the fact that the bairns can be really, really annoying.
(5) Like a rich country fruit cake, Kidnapped is seasoned throughout with handfuls of dialect words, "ain" (one), "bairn" (child), "blae" (cheerless), "chield" (fellow), "drammach" (raw oatmeal), "fash" (bother), "muckle" (big), "siller" (money), "unco" (extremely) , "wheesht!"
(6) Women at traffic lights and stuck in jams have to make swift calculations as to whether they have time or not to feed their bairns before the cars ahead start rolling or the light switches to green, causing chaos when those judgments prove wrong.
(7) This was a sanitised Burns, though it was admitted that he liked a nip or two and that he fathered a few bairns out of wedlock.
(8) Newsquest, the paper’s owner, already has a couple of large, grown-up Scottish bairns in the shape of the Herald and Sunday Herald.
(9) Stunned by what I saw as control-freakery and barbarism I resolved to put my baby to my breast when she was hungry, and there she would fall into deep slumber, like a good little hunter-gatherer bairn.
(10) That for me was not your best performance I'm weepin' like a bairn!
(n.) A covered building used chiefly for storing grain, hay, and other productions of a farm. In the United States a part of the barn is often used for stables.
(v. t.) To lay up in a barn.
(n.) A child. [Obs.] See Bairn.
(1) Angela Barnes As I understand it, dating websites are supposed to provide a confidential forum for the exchange of personal information between people who do not yet know each other but might like to.
(2) Matthew Fuller, 25, Rueben Barnes, 16, and Mitchell Sweeney, 22, died from electrocution and Marcus Wilson, 19, died after installing insulation batts in extreme heat.
(3) 1-1 2.15am GMT 48 mins Giles Barnes is down again, turning his ankle under a challenge (but not actually touched by the tackle).
(4) In October, Amazon announces a digital partnership with DC Comics, prompting Barnes & Noble to remove its comic books from its shelves.
(6) The policies of zero tolerance equip local and federal law-enforcement with increasingly autocratic powers of coercion and surveillance (the right to invade anybody's privacy, bend the rules of evidence, search barns, stop motorists, inspect bank records, tap phones) and spread the stain of moral pestilence to ever larger numbers of people assumed to be infected with reefer madness – anarchists and cheap Chinese labour at the turn of the 20th century, known homosexuals and suspected communists in the 1920s, hippies and anti-Vietnam war protesters in the 1960s, nowadays young black men sentenced to long-term imprisonment for possession of a few grams of short-term disembodiment.
(7) Those against the changes include Crace, the 2011 winner Julian Barnes and Philip Hensher, who wrote in the Guardian: "It seems quite baffling to many writers that a major prize that has so successfully promoted them should move its terms so radically and for no good reason."
(8) Now, regeneration and changing fashion have combined to hugely expand the proportion of London viewed as desirable, according to Yolande Barnes, head of research at estate agent Savills.
(9) Matched, binocular displacing prisms were mounted over the eyes of 19 barn owls (Tyto alba) beginning at ages ranging from 10 to 272 d. In nearly all cases, the visual field was shifted 23 degrees to the right.
(10) In the grounds of his house, Jasper Johns has a studio, a huge converted barn in which the 74 year old does most of his work.
(11) Don’t they know Barnes’ wife was born in Thailand?
(12) Barnes said there was no evidence to suggest that "using the stick of benefit sanctions" would help people engage with treatment and aid recovery.
(13) "You can say after the event that it was because of Hillsborough but at the time we believed we'd do what we needed to that night," Barnes says.
(14) Ann Barnes, PCC for Kent, said it was not her intention to attract bad publicity to the county's police officers and staff.
(15) From Springsteen to Jimmy Barnes, is any rocker safe from rightwingers?
(16) Inside the first 10 minutes, Boyd hit the bar and Lukas Jutkiewicz saw a goal correctly chalked off for offside, while Danny Ings headed just wide at 2-1, and substitute Ashley Barnes struck the bar late on.
(17) The survival of a laboratory strain and a naturally occurring fecal strain of Escherichia coli, with and without a Tn5-containing derivative of ColE1, was examined after aerosol dispersal in a laboratory office and a barn under ambient temperature and humidity conditions.
(18) Barnes said Monis knew what he was doing and was not incapacitated by a psychiatric condition.
(19) Detection of interaural time differences underlies azimuthal sound localization in the barn owl Tyto alba.
(20) The momentum continued when Barnes played a perfect cross into Dawkins, who simply whiffed 12 yards from goal.