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NATIONAL BARRIERS
MOUNTAIN BARRIERS
MEMBERSHIP BARRIERS
LOW BARRIERS
FOAM ENERGY REDUCTION
MAGNETIC BARRIERS
GEOGRAPHICAL BARRIERS
EDUCATIONAL BARRIERS
COMPUTING DIVERSIFICATION
PORSCHE 962C
CERTAIN BARRIERS
TARIFF BARRIERS
AGE BARRIERS
PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIERS
PROVIDER BARRIERS
IMPASSABLE BARRIERS
NON-TARIFF BARRIERS
BUILDING BARRIERS
TICKET BARRIERS
GENDER BARRIERS
IMPORTANT BARRIERS
CITING FINANCIAL BARRIERS
SIGNIFICANT BARRIERS
CLASS BARRIERS
SOCIAL BARRIERS
SEVERAL BARRIERS
BIOLOGICAL BARRIERS
PROTECTIVE BARRIERS
TECHNICAL BARRIERS
LEGAL BARRIERS
CHEMICAL BARRIERS
SAFETY BARRIERS
AIR BARRIERS
SCHOTTKY BARRIERS
VAPOR BARRIERS
CULTURAL BARRIERS
LANGUAGE BARRIERS
TECHNIQUE
ROAD COURSES
ROAD
ORDER
TRIAL
MISSION
METHOD
VALUE
LIVING
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Definitions

  1. Barriers are often used to prevent weeds from reaching the light they need to grow. (Web site)
  2. The barriers are now in place this season, but there still was no pre-season testing which means less time to get comfortable with the track. (Web site)
  3. The barriers are products of highly revered arcane rules that too often simply do not fit mold cases. (Web site)
  4. Vapor barriers are used to resist this movement of water vapor or moisture in various areas of the house.
  5. These barriers are up to 38 metres high and enclose the waters that make the Gippsland Lakes.

National Barriers

  1. The religion of Zarathushtra is a universal religion which knows no sex, race, color, or national barriers. (Web site)

Mountain Barriers

  1. Simply called the Overberg, it is the traveller's reward for breaching the mountain barriers which divide it from the rest of the country.

Membership Barriers

  1. They eliminate hazing, they break down membership barriers, they change member development programs, etc. (Web site)

Low Barriers

  1. Another way to refer to a price searcher market with low barriers to entry. (Web site)

Foam Energy Reduction

  1. Beginning in the early 2000s, most tracks have installed softer walls and barriers along the track, called SAFER (Steel And Foam Energy Reduction) barriers.

Magnetic Barriers

  1. We have studied the tunneling of Dirac fermions through magnetic barriers in graphene. (Web site)

Geographical Barriers

  1. Different ecosystems are often separated by geographical barriers, like deserts, mountains or oceans, or are isolated otherwise, like lakes or rivers.
  2. Different ecosystems are often separated by geographical barriers, like desert s, mountain s or ocean s, or are isolated otherwise, like lake s or river s.

Educational Barriers

  1. Other educational barriers can also be overcome by distance learning. (Web site)

Computing Diversification

  1. If you care about barriers to computing diversification, then you must care about user-level lock-in.

Porsche 962C

  1. Also in 1986 Jo Gartner drove a Porsche 962C and crashed into the barriers on the mulsanne straight, killing him instantly.

Certain Barriers

  1. In 2004, Bahrain signed the US-Bahrain Free Trade Agreement, which will reduce certain barriers to trade between the two nations. (Web site)
  2. There are also certain barriers you'll need to break with the elephants to get to Meng Huo on one or two occasions.

Tariff Barriers

  1. In fact, trying to promote "core labor standards" via tariff barriers may well accomplish the opposite of its intention.

Age Barriers

  1. There are no age barriers in Early Dance: everyone used to dance and everyone can do so today.

Psychological Barriers

  1. Since the Wright brothers flew at Kitty Hawk, men and women have had to break both physical and psychological barriers to flight. (Web site)

Provider Barriers

  1. Both patient and provider barriers have contributed to the low rates of screening. (Web site)

Impassable Barriers

  1. If you run up against limits that are impassable barriers, then it may be that the only way to proceed is conflict, struggle and revolutionary change. (Web site)

Non-Tariff Barriers

  1. Nigeria's implementation of non-tariff barriers has been arbitrary and uneven and continues to violate WTO prohibitions against trade bans.

Building Barriers

  1. In fact, the opposite is closer to the truth: Political equality requires building barriers between money and the ballot box.
  2. Strategies pursued by Tehran include digging canals, building barriers and installing barbed wire to seal the country's borders, specially in the East.

Ticket Barriers

  1. On Feb. 28, 2008, Metro announced the approval to install ticket barriers. (Web site)

Gender Barriers

  1. Human papillomavirus (HPV) is prevalent worldwide and has no race, age, or gender barriers.

Important Barriers

  1. Focus group comments also suggested that mistrust of the health care system and cancer fatalism are important barriers.
  2. Important barriers to widespread acceptance of development methods based on formal principles still remain.

Citing Financial Barriers

  1. This marriage was in breach of the Conservative leadership, citing financial barriers.

Significant Barriers

  1. These numbers indicate that significant barriers still exist for people with epilepsy in school and work.
  2. But from a different perspective, those 200,000 jobs could serve to raise significant barriers to entry to competing, and better, renewable energy companies. (Web site)

Class Barriers

  1. Paul Bristow, a Hammersmith and Fulham councillor, said it was his intention to break down the class barriers. (Web site)
  2. With the advances in travel, in particular the railway, Bundoran's popularity spread across the class barriers.

Social Barriers

  1. The indigenous peoples of Taiwan face economic and social barriers, including a high unemployment rate and substandard education.

Several Barriers

  1. Although several barriers have been identified as contributing to low attendance for screening, 2 3 age as a motivating factor has not been assessed. (Web site)

Biological Barriers

  1. Several barriers protect organisms from infection, including mechanical, chemical and biological barriers.
  2. These new seas acted as biological barriers, allowing different continents to develop their own distinct plants and animals. (Web site)

Protective Barriers

  1. The EPA suggested that schools inspect for damaged asbestos and eliminate any exposure or enclose it in protective barriers. (Web site)

Technical Barriers

  1. The Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade - also known as the TBT Agreement is an international treaty of the World Trade Organization. (Web site)
  2. The ideological and technical barriers between jazz and classical music were beginning to break down.
  3. My suspicion is that Citizendium, if it does gain some level of popularity, will have to impose technical barriers to access beyond the honor system. (Web site)

Legal Barriers

  1. So, there are technical and legal barriers to figuring out whether you really have claim to file. (Web site)
  2. As a result, she became a determined labor activist, demanding the elimination of legal barriers that hindered women in the workplace. (Web site)

Chemical Barriers

  1. However, even these chemical barriers eventually break down, so additional treatments would be needed to help ensure long-lasting spider control.

Safety Barriers

  1. The bridge had been closed by officers to prevent people from jumping into the River Cherwell, but some broke through safety barriers.

Air Barriers

  1. Upgrading of the building's thermal insulation values, air barriers and vapor retarders will reduce heat loss, snow melting and the formation of ice dams.

Schottky Barriers

  1. Schottky barriers, with their lower junction voltage, find application where a device better approximating an ideal diode is desired. (Web site)

Vapor Barriers

  1. The cases usually focus on bad roofing, bad flashing, bad caulking, bad piping, bad drainage or improper placement of vapor barriers and weep outlets. (Web site)
  2. Polyethylene Polymer plastic used for vapor barriers, air barriers, and foam backer rod.

Cultural Barriers

  1. Robert Cray has done us all a great service by breaking down the cultural barriers that had prevented blues from coming into the mainstream. (Web site)
  2. Gender feminism looks at history and sees an uninterrupted oppression of women by men than spans cultural barriers. (Web site)
  3. Although Dzogchen is supposedly beyond institutional and cultural barriers, Norbu's Dzogchen Community seems heavily attached to Tibetan forms.

Language Barriers

  1. Because of her open and accessible nature, she gives conveys Dharma directly, and free of cultural and language barriers. (Web site)

Technique

  1. The first great hurdler was Alvin Kraenzlein (USA), who created a new technique by striding over the hurdles and taking three steps between barriers.

Road Courses

  1. NASCAR mandated that all tracks other than road courses have the barriers installed by this January.

Road

  1. But Road to Ruin also breaks some stylistic barriers.

Order

  1. This is being done in order to improve the marketing of OpenGL, and to remove barriers between the development of OpenGL and OpenGL ES.
  2. In order to overcome language barriers, language teaching is included in the academic programmes. (Web site)

Trial

  1. We are concerned about the barriers that women face in accessing clinicians and facilities that are able and willing to offer TOL [ trial of labor].
  2. Pollen barriers: a double blind placebo controlled trial provides some evidence of their efficacy although more trials would be helpful.

Mission

  1. Christianity at its inception was a movement with a mission aimed at overcoming all forms of artificial barriers between people. (Web site)

Method

  1. In addition, the compiler checks that "security barriers" (e.g., referencing a private variable or method from another class) are not violated. (Web site)

Value

  1. Decades of communism and trade barriers kept the value of Chinese labor de-linked from the global marketplace.

Living

  1. A poet worth his salt should be able to break the barriers of programmed living and of trivial indulgences of our daily lives.
  2. Living alone in the primeval ocean, he created the colourful reefs and barriers which gradually filled up with sand. (Web site)

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