- v put in barrels
- a put in or stored in a barrel
- s (of an arrow) tapered toward both ends
- Emergency crews searched for survivors early Monday amid the wreckage from a series of tornadoes that barreled through Alabama, Tennessee and Ohio, killing at least 35 people and .
- In Salt Lake City, Utah, on a block known informally as Welfare Square, stands a 15-barreled silo filled with wheat: 19 million lbs.
- A train barreled over Joseph Hewins' body on a wintry evening in 1845 in the Massachusetts Berkshires.
News & Articles
- Southern California home prices up 25% over last May
Southern California’s housing recovery barreled forward last month, pushing prices and sales to levels not seen in years as buyers faced stiff competition during the spring home buying season.
June 11, 2013 - Los Angeles Times
- Man behind NSA leak knew the risks involved
He called me BRASSBANNER, a code name in the double-barreled style of the National Security Agency, where he worked in the signals intelligence directorate.Verax was the name he chose for himself, "truth teller" in Latin. I asked him early on, wi...
June 11, 2013 - Charleston Daily Mail
- Cameron man hit and killed by train
An investigation continued Monday into the suicide of a 39-year-old Cameron man whom authorities said laid down across tracks as a train barreled toward him.
June 11, 2013 - The Bryan-College Station Eagle
- Terry Francona in New York Daily News
It wasn't an issue of throwing strikes, it was throwing strikes that wandered over the middle of the plate,Boston manager Terry Francona said. "They barreled up a lot of balls tonight."
- Chipper Jones in Dallas Morning News
I can't complain,Jones said. "I barreled two balls, just right at guys. That's baseball. Sometimes they fall in for you and sometimes they don't. But I'm very pleased with how I was swinging the bat."
- Aubrey Huff in USA Today
That's the first ball I've ever hit hard off him,Huff said. "I finally barreled one. I thought it was going out when I hit it."