We started making them for a retrospective nine years ago that we were invited to in London at the barbican art gallery.
So somehow or other the Jacktars got the lobster out, and set the mayor free, and put him ashore at the barbican.
I will be off the landing-place at the barbican with a boat.
Barbacan, or barbican, a fortification to a castle outside the walls, generally at the end of the drawbridge in front of the gate.
He dyed about 1647; buried in Cripplegate church, from his house in the barbican.
At present she's living in Plymouth, assistant in a ham-and-beef shop, as you turn down to the barbican.
Some remains of the old barbican were to be seen here in the last century.
barbican, opening his note-book, made the proper entry among the minutes of the meeting of December 6th.
The said suburb extended from the barbican of the city as far as the corner of the said city.
What did they see, what could they see at a distance so uncertain that barbican has never been able even to guess at it?
"outer fortification of a city or castle," mid-13c., from Old French barbacane (12c.), a general Romanic word, perhaps ultimately from Arabic or Persian (cf. bab-khanah "gate-house").