(1) It is not complete yet but, barring bad weather, victory should come sometime today and quite probably by an innings.(2) The 127 works on display are mostly water paintings, barring a few oil and knife paintings.(3) When people buy pets, they should keep them until death does them part, barring a few exceptional cases.(4) barring a miracle, you├ö├ç├ûll lose(5) So barring some unforeseen revolution in popular taste, at the present time we cannot consider offering you a contract.(6) The sowing of almost all crops, barring pulses, has been adversely affected.(7) barring accidents, we should win(8) The nail has been removed, and barring infection it is believed the aged man will live.(9) His nemesis, Corrigan, was left out of the Irish squad named last week and barring injury he won't be coming back.(10) The six-coach fully air conditioned train will run for six days in a week, barring Tuesdays.(11) The subject of the pieces, barring studio sketches and a few paintings, is Newfoundland life.(12) Doesn't mean we have to be that way or do those things but, barring intervention, we're likely to.(13) From here, barring a major collapse, Mount Sion were always favoured to win out and so it proved.(14) Growing up back home, I was basically the only David I knew, barring my Uncle Dave of course.(15) That is the new date of the local elections, and, barring an invasion from outer space, will also be General Election day.(16) The Congress' performance improved in most States, barring those ruled by the Left.
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