A form of billiards in which balls are struck into holes guarded by pegs.
A kind of sedative drug derived from a synthetic compound.
A diagram in which different in which different quantities are represented by rectangles of varying height.
A set of stripes printed on a product, able to be read by a computer to provide information on prices and quantities in stock.
The winner of a prize for Welsh verse at the Eisteddfod.
Cover meat or game with rashers of fat bacon before roasting.
Not clothes or covered.
Without the appropriate or usual covering or contents.
On a horse without a saddle
Hired without a crew.
Shameless and in disguise.
Wearing nothing on one’s feet.
Without a covering for one’s head.
An agreement made between people as to what each will do for the other.
A long flat – bottomed boat for carrying freight on canals and rivers.
A person in charge or working on a barge.
A long pole used to push a barge along.
A bar chart
A person who serves in a coffee bar.
Variant spelling of BARYTE.
An adult male singing voice between tenor and bass.
A soft, reactive metallic chemical element.
A substance containing barium sulphate, which is swallowed so that the stomach or intestines can be seen on an X -ray.
The sharp sudden cry of a dog, for or seal
The tough protective outer covering of the trunk and branches of a tree.
A ship or Boat
A person at a fair who calls out to passers-by to persuade them to visit a sideshow.
A cereal plant with bristly heads the grains of which are used in brewing and animal feed.
An Amber – colored sweet made of boiled sugar.
A drink made from the water of boiled barley mixture.
The froth on fermenting malt liquor.
A woman who serves drinks in a bar or pub.
A man who serves drinks in a bar or pub.
A religious ceremony in which a Jewish boy aged 13 takes on adult responsibilities under Jewish Law.
Mad or silly.
A large farm building used for storage or for housing livestock.
A small shellfish which attaches itself permanently to underwater surfaces.
A goose with a white face and black neck.
A party with country dancing.
A person’s hair.
A noisy Quarrel.
A pale – colored owl with a heart – shaped face.
Tour rural districts putting on shows or giving flying displays.
Very flamboyant, forceful, and successful
A barometer that records its readings on a moving chart.
An instrument that measures atmospheric pressure, used in forecasting the weather.
Barona man belonging to the lowest rank of the British nobility.
The wife or widow of a baron.
A man who holds a title below that of baron with the status of a commoner
The rank and estates of a baron.
Relating to a highly decorated style of European.
A four-wheeled horse – drawn carriage with a collapsible hood over the rear half.
A sailing with three masts.
Provide soldiers with accommodation.
Jeer loudly at a performer or speaker.
A large building or group of building for housing soldiers.
A large, slender predatory fish of tropical seas.
A continuous artillery bombardment over a wide area.
A largely anchored balloon, typically with netting suspended from it, used as an obstacle to low flying enemy aircraft.
A large, chiefly freshwater fish of Australia and SE Asia
A horizontal bat at waist level used by better dancers as a support during exercises.
A large cylindrical container bulging out in the middle and with flat ends.
A small pipe organ that plays a preset tune when a handle ie turned.
A vault in a roof forming a half cylinder.
Too poor to produce vegetation.
A makeshift barrier erected to block a road or entrance.
An obstacle that prevents movements or access.
A cream used to protect the skin from damage or infection.
Contraception using a device or preparation which prevents sperm from reaching on ovum.
A coral reef close to the shore but separated from it by a channel of deep water.
If not for.
A district of a town.
A lawyer qualified to argue a case in court, especially in the higher courts.
A two – wheeled handcart used by street traders.
An ancient burial mound.
A person serving drinks at a bar.
Exchange good or services for other good services.
A subatomic particle with a mass equal to or greater than that of a proton.
A colorless or white mineral consisting of barium sulfate.
Forming or belonging to a base.
Basal metabolic rate
The rate at which the body uses energy while at rest to maintain vital functions such as breathing.
A dark fine – grained volcanic rock.
A type of bridge with a section which can be raised and lowered using counterweights.
The lowest or supporting part of something.
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