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BARRACK. By this term, as used in Pennsylvania, is understood an erection of upright posts supporting a sliding roof, usually of thatch. 5 Whart. R. 429.

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11) See June Senyard, 'Mining the barracker archive', in Bob Stewart, Rob Hess and Matthew Nicholson (eds), Football Fever: Grassroots, Maribyrnong Press, Hawthorn, Vic.
The barracker, whose threats came a week after the Miami shooting of fashion king Gianni Versace, was in police custody last night.
8) Despite these tragic events and the terrible slogans that accompanied them, it would be wrong only to focus on violence by extreme groups of barrackers.
But Mahmood, cousin of boxer Amir Khan, gave the ideal response to the barrackers by claiming four for 22 as Pakistan toppled for just 155 to give England their first series victory since last year's Ashes triumph.
Dennis Wise could have silenced his many barrackers in the 78th minute but his weak shot from eight yards was deflected wide.
I could hardly fail to hear it, but I'm determined not to let the barrackers win.
As usual Palmer covered acres of tur leaving the Wednesday midfield - and the terrace barrackers - in no danger of forgetting his presence.
But Mahmood, the cousin of boxer Amir Khan, gave the ideal response to the Headingley barrackers by claiming Test-best figures of 4-22 to help England dismiss Pakistan for 155 chasing a victory target of 323 on the final day.
It has led to Sven-Goran Eriksson urging the barrackers to lay off, saying: "When you need to score with 25 minutes to go, why not try Crouch and play with three strikers?
However, barrackers should note the observation of Specsavers founder and former Llanelli player Doug Perkins, who added: ``There is no evidence that referees have bad eye-sight.
And bravely takes on barrackers who think he shouldn't be so devoted to his adopted country.
Thankfully the only effect this had was to draw bemused looks from the barrackers.