Burger King executives have heard it all before, and understand that fries can be a barrier.
The innocence of that child and how it can break down any barrier.
Resurrecting a true Glass-Steagall barrier is like taking away the net.
The engineering company Moretrench is currently testing a 500-feet-deep barrier for tar sands excavation in Alberta.
That requires a resurrection of a true Glass-Steagall barrier, not a bunch of stuff that sounds like it gets partly there.
He was searching always for some feasible crossing, for his instinct led him always to get over any barrier.
Before the fire reached us, we had made a barrier which it could not pass.
I recalled the perplexing fact that as we had driven into the town past the barrier, there had been no one on guard.
It is the barrier against which all socialism breaks into dust.
So secured, it would be a barrier in the universal war of religion which he foresaw was soon to break out.
barrier bar·ri·er (bār'ē-ər)
A structure, such as a fence, built to bar passage.
A boundary or limit.
An obstacle or impediment.
Something that separates or holds apart.
Something immaterial that obstructs or impedes behavior.
A physical or biological factor that limits the migration, interbreeding, or free movement of individuals or populations.