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Bark
Bark
Bark
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Bark
(botany), an outer layer of a woody plant Bark
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Almond Bark
Almond bark (also known as vanilla flavored candy coating) is a chocolate-like confection made with vegetable fats instead of cocoa butter and with coloring and flavors added. It can be bought in packages, blocks, or round discs where candy and baking supplies are sold.[1] The confection is commonly used to cover or dip fruits, nuts, cookies, or crackers, in place of real chocolate.[2] The term is also applied to a type of candy consisting of sheets or chunks of semisweet or milk chocolate to which almonds or almond pieces, and/or cherry almond flavoring have been added.[3] See also[edit]Food portalWhite chocolateReferences[edit]^ Jarvie, Valerie (June 14, 2010). "Bite-size cake balls are popular new treat with home cooks, bakeries". The Dallas Morning News.  ^ Holiday Favorites Fall Sweets. Leisure Arts. 2009. p. 12. ISBN 978-1-57486-308-6.  ^ Weinstein, Bruce (2000). The Ultimate Candy Book. New York: W. Morrow
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BARK (computer)
BARK (Binär Aritmetisk Relä-Kalkylator, Swedish for "Binary Arithmetic Relay
Relay
Calculator") was an early electromechanical computer. BARK was built using standard telephone relays, implementing a 32-bit binary machine. It could perform addition in 150 ms and multiplication in 250 ms. It had a memory with 50 registers and 100 constants. It was later expanded to double the memory. Howard Aiken
Howard Aiken
stated in reference to BARK "This is the first computer I have seen outside Harvard that actually works." BARK was developed by Matematikmaskinnämnden (Swedish Board for Computing Machinery) a few years before BESK. The machine was built with 8,000 standard telephone relays, 80 km of cable and with 175,000 soldering points. It was completed in February 1950[1][2] at a cost of 400,000 Swedish kronor, became operational on April 28, 1950, and was taken offline on September 22, 1954
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Beta Adrenergic Receptor Kinase
4PNK, 1BAK, 3CIK, 3KRW, 3KRX, 3V5W, 4MK0, 5HE1IdentifiersAliases GRK2, BARK1, BETA-ARK1, ADRBK1, G protein-coupled receptor kinase
G protein-coupled receptor kinase
2External IDs MGI: 87940 HomoloGene: 1223 GeneCards: GRK2 Gene
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BARK (organization)
BARK is an Oregon, United States, non-profit organization that was created to combat logging, clear-cutting, deforestation and projects members say create "commercial destruction"[1] in Oregon forests, specifically those of the Mt. Hood National Forest.Contents1 Formation 2 Mission statement 3 Activity3.1 BARK v. United States Forest Service 3.2 Jazz timber sale4 Board of directors 5 ReferencesFormation[edit] In 1993, Greg Dyson and John "Lenny" Rancher began a "call to action" when they noticed clear-cutting happening on Mt. Hood, a stratovolcano in northern Oregon that is part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc. Upset with the old growth logging and the environmental impact of clear-cutting, Dyson and Rancher began training volunteers to bring attention to the logging practices.[2] The two began to hike to each timber site on the mountain and noted the discrepancy between agency documents and actual actions taken in the forest
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Peppermint Bark
Peppermint bark is a chocolate confection. Generally it consists of peppermint candy pieces, such as candy canes, in white chocolate on top of dark chocolate, but peppermint bark can refer to any chocolate with peppermint candy pieces in it. It is especially popular around the Christmas season.[1] Companies known for selling it seasonally include Williams-Sonoma,[2] Ghirardelli,[3] and Dove. Though they do not label it as peppermint bark, Hershey's also sells peppermint Hershey's kisses. In the United States, peppermint bark is also sold by some Girl Scout troops as part of an expanded range of items other than cookies. Jelly Belly also sells a combination of its dark chocolate and candy cane jelly beans as a "Peppermint Bark Recipe Mix".[4] Recipes and ingredients[edit] The recipe for peppermint bark uses few ingredients, with only chocolate and mint candies required
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Bark, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship
Bark [bark] (German: Barkeim) is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Barczewo, within Olsztyn County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern Poland.[1] Before 1772 the area was part of Kingdom of Poland, 1772-1945 Prussia and Germany (East Prussia). References[edit]^ "Central Statistical Office (GUS) - TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)" (in Polish). 2008-06-01. v t eGmina BarczewoTown and seatBarczewoVillagesBarczewko Barczewski Dwór Bark Bartołty Małe Bartołty Wielkie Biedowo Bogdany Czerwony Bór Dąbrówka Mała Dadaj Dobrąg Gaj Jedzbark Kaplityny Kierzbuń Kierźliny Klimkowo Klucznik Kołaki Koronowo Kromerowo Kronówko Kronowo Krupoliny Lamkówko Lamkowo Łapka Łęgajny Leszno Leszno Małe Maruny Mokiny Niedźwiedź Nikielkowo Odryty Orzechówko Próle Radosty Ramsówko Ramsowo Rejczuchy Ruszajny Rycybałt Sapunki Sapuny Skajboty Stare Włóki Studzianek Szynowo Tęguty
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Bark!
Bark! is a 2002 film written by Heather Morgan, directed by Katarzyna Adamik (the daughter of director Agnieszka Holland) and starring Morgan, Lee Tergesen, and Lisa Kudrow
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Barque
A barque, barc, or bark is a type of sailing vessel with three or more masts having the fore- and mainmasts rigged square and only the mizzen (the aftmost mast) rigged fore-and-aft.Contents1 Etymology 2 Bark 3 Barque
Barque
rig 4 Barques and barque shrines in Ancient Egypt 5 Barque
Barque
of St. Peter 6 See also 7 References 8 Further reading 9 External linksEtymology[edit] The word barque entered English via French, which in turn came from the Latin barca by way of Occitan, Spanish or Italian. The Latin barca may stem from Celtic "barc" (per Thurneysen) or Greek "baris" (per Diez), a term for an Egyptian boat. The Oxford English Dictionary, however, considers the latter improbable.[1] The word barc appears to have come from Celtic languages. The form adopted by English, perhaps from Irish, was bark, while that adopted by Latin as barca very early, which gave rise to the French barge and barque
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Bark.com
Bark is a web-based services marketplace founded in 2012 by British entrepreneurs Andrew Michael and Kai Feller, and headquartered in London.[1][2] Bark has over 20m users worldwide.[3]Contents1 Description 2 History 3 References 4 External linksDescription[edit] Bark matches service buyers to suitable service providers. Buyers describe the service that they are looking for, and Bark matches them to businesses in their local area who they believe can assist the buyer.[3] History[edit] Bark was founded in 2012 and launched in April 2014
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Bark Scale
The Bark scale
Bark scale
is a psychoacoustical scale proposed by Eberhard Zwicker in 1961. It is named after Heinrich Barkhausen who proposed the first subjective measurements of loudness.[1] One definition of the term is "...a frequency scale on which equal distances correspond with perceptually equal distances. Above about 500 Hz this scale is more or less equal to a logarithmic frequency axis
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Bark (album)
Bark is the sixth studio album by Jefferson Airplane. Released in 1971 as Grunt FTR-1001, the album is one of the Airplane's late-period works, notable for the group's first personnel changes since 1966. The album was the first without band founder Marty Balin
Marty Balin
(who departed the band during the recording process but without featuring in the sessions) and the first with violinist Papa John Creach. Drummer Spencer Dryden
Spencer Dryden
had been replaced by Joey Covington
Joey Covington
in early 1970 after a lengthy transitional period in which both musicians had performed with the band. Bark was the Airplane's first new album in two years, the previous being 1969's Volunteers
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Bark
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Bark, Germany
Bark is a municipality in the district of Segeberg, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.v t eTowns and municipalities in SegebergAlveslohe Armstedt Bad Bramstedt Bad Segeberg Bahrenhof Bark Bebensee Bimöhlen Blunk Boostedt Bornhöved Borstel Bühnsdorf Daldorf Damsdorf Dreggers Ellerau Fahrenkrug Föhrden-Barl Fredesdorf Fuhlendorf Geschendorf Glasau Gönnebek Groß Kummerfeld Groß Niendorf Groß Rönnau Großenaspe Hagen Hardebek Hartenholm Hasenkrug Hasenmoor Heidmoor Heidmühlen Henstedt-Ulzburg Hitzhusen Högersdorf Hüttblek Itzstedt Kaltenkirchen Kattendorf Kayhude Kisdorf Klein Gladebrügge Klein Rönnau Krems II Kükels Latendorf Leezen Lentföhrden Mönkloh Mözen Nahe Negernbötel Nehms Neuengörs Neversdorf Norderstedt Nützen Oering Oersdorf Pronstorf Rickling Rohlstorf Schackendorf Schieren Schmalensee Schmalfeld Schwissel Seedorf Seth Sievershütten Stipsdorf Stocksee Strukdorf Struvenhütten Stuvenborn Sülfeld Tarbek Tensfeld Todesfelde Trappenkamp Tra
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Bark (sound)
A bark is a sound most commonly produced by dogs. Other animals that make this noise include wolves, coyotes, pinnipeds, foxes and quolls. Woof is the most common representation in the English language
English language
for this sound, especially for large dogs. Other transliterations include the onomatopoeic wuff, ruff, arf, au au, borf, bork, bow-wow, and, for small dogs, yip. “Bark” is also a verb that describes the sharp explosive cry of certain animals.Contents1 In dogs 2 Types 3 As nuisance3.1 Bark control 3.2 Surgical debarking4 Representation 5 Breeds 6 Naturally "barkless" dog breeds 7 Barking in other animals 8 See also 9 References 10 External linksIn dogs[edit] Dog
Dog
barking is distinct from wolf barking. Wolf barks represent only 2.3% of all wolf vocalizations[1] and are described as “rare” occurrences.[2] According to Schassburger, wolves bark only in warning, defense, and protest
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