- a seaport in SE Italy, on the Adriatic.
- a department in SE Italy. 7442 sq. mi. (19,275 sq. km). Capital: Bari.
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Contemporary Examples of bari
“Bari had a black beard when he was arrested,” Salam Khan says.
Salam Khan recalls Bari telling him after he was released that he has no regrets.
After his release Bari returned to his family for a few months to regain his health and then quickly rejoined the insurgency.
“This is a war of sacrifice, not of green dollars,” says Bari Khan, a Taliban commander in Ghazni province.Afghanistan: Mixed Reviews for Obama’s Visit
Sami Yousafzai, Ron Moreau
May 2, 2012
They are moving people to Sicily, Bari, and Brindisi, but not fast enough.My Harrowing Libya Escape
April 16, 2011
Historical Examples of bari
The Archbishop of Bari, of mean birth, had risen by the virtues of a monk.
"As Archbishop of Bari, you lie," was the reply of the high-born Frenchman.
Is it by your fasting that the walls of Bari have been overturned?
His remains are preserved with the greatest veneration at Bari in Italy.St. Nicholas
George H. McKnight
These have no fellow at Bitonto; they have hardly a fellow at Bari.Sketches from the Subject and Neighbour Lands of Venice
Edward A. Freeman
- a port in SE Italy, capital of Apulia, on the Adriatic coast. Pop: 316 532 (2001)
- a region of SE Italy, on the Adriatic. Capital: Bari. Pop: 4 023 957 (2003 est). Area: 19 223 sq km (7422 sq miles)Italian name: Puglia