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Barth

[ bahrth for 1; bahrt, bahrth for 2 ]
/ bɑrθ for 1; bɑrt, bɑrθ for 2 /
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noun

John (Sim·mons) [sim-uhnz], /ˈsɪm ənz/, born 1930, U.S. novelist.
Karl, 1886–1968, Swiss theologian.

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Barth

noun

(German bart) Heinrich . 1821–65, German explorer: author of Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa (1857–58)
(bɑːθ) John (Simmons). born 1930, US novelist; his novels include The Sot-Weed Factor (1960), Giles Goat-Boy (1966), and Once Upon a Time (1994)
(German bart) Karl . 1886–1968, Swiss Protestant theologian. He stressed man's dependence on divine grace in such works as Commentary on Romans (1919)
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