Barney

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Barney, Norfolk
... / 52.85615°N 0.96336°E / 52.85615 0.96336 Barney St Mary Parish Church, Barney, Norfolk ... Barney Population 431 (parish, 2001 census) OS grid reference TF990320 - London 121 miles (195 km) Civil parish Fulmodeston District North Norfolk Shire county Norfolk Region East ...
Slapsgiving - Plot
... has invited her older boyfriend Bob to Thanksgiving dinner, and Marshall is terrorizing Barney in the days leading up to Barney's third slap, and has even set up a ... Meanwhile, Barney begins to get upset at the notion of another slap, and, following Marshall's relentless taunting of Barney, Lily declares as Slap Bet Commissioner that no slap ... need to talk about what happened and Ted, Marshall and Barney have decided they must ignore it ...
List Of United States Christmas Television Episodes - Sitcoms - Barney Miller
... Barney Miller Christmas Story (1976) Barney Miller Toys (1978) Barney Miller Homeless (1981) ...
List Of Big Brother Australia Housemates (2008 Series) - Barney
... Craig "Barney" Barnett was a 33-year-old Surf Life Saver, model and ex-national level swimmer from Western Australia ... Barney was also a contestant on the Channel 9 gameshow 1 Versus 100, where he won $108,500 ... In 2008, Barney was a top 50 national finalist in Cleo Bachelor of the Year ...
Little Minnesota - Plot
... When Barney calls, he ignores it, and Lily explains that he has been keeping Heather and Barney apart for all the years she has been visiting New York ... Heather arrives and the group discovers Barney waiting for them at Ted's apartment with a rented swivel chair he brought for the occasion and a glass of brandy ... Barney is hurt that Ted tried to keep him away from Heather and explains that he never intended to act on all the inappropriate jokes he made ...

Famous quotes containing the word barney:

    There are ... intangible realities which float near us, formless and without words; realities which no one has thought out, and which are excluded for lack of interpreters.
    —Natalie Clifford Barney (1876–1972)

    Many’s the time I’ve seen Barney go off, just that same way. Goodbye. Sometimes he’d wave. Ten to one he wasn’t even seein’ me. He was thinkin’ about all those men, you see. All those men who went out to fight, to kill, be killed. And blast his eyes, lovin’ it.
    Lamar Trotti (1898–1952)

    Lovers should also have their days off.
    —Natalie Clifford Barney (1876–1972)