Barrage may refer to:
- Barrage (group), a Canadian violin ensemble, or
- Barrage (album), their self-titled debut album
- Barrage (dam), a type of dam which consists of a line of large gates that can be opened or closed to control the amount of water passing the dam
- Tidal barrage, an artificial obstruction at the mouth of a tidal watercourse
- Barrage (artillery), a line or barrier of artillery or depth charge fire
- Barrage balloon, a tethered balloon intended to present an obstacle to attacking aircraft
- Philadelphia Barrage, formerly a professional lacrosse team in Major League Lacrosse
- Barrage (manga), a shōnen manga by Kōhei Horikoshi
Other articles related to "barrage, barrages":
... Brean Down, known as the Cardiff-Weston barrage was technically feasible ... However, at the time Government decided a Severn Barrage was not a cost-effective option for generating electricity and plans were shelved ... A comprehensive history of studies and plans for a Severn Barrage can be found under Severn Barrage ...
... Cardiff Bay Barrage Chashma Barrage Delta Barrage Goolwa Barrages Marina Barrage Prakasham Barrage Rance tidal power plant Swansea barrage Tees ...
... barrier across the Straits of Otranto, the Otranto Barrage ... This too was ineffective the Straits were too wide and deep for such a barrage to be successful, and consumed a huge effort and tied up many of the patrol vessels the Allies ... Just two U-boats were caught in the barrage in all the time it was in operation meanwhile the merchant ships continued to suffer huge losses ...
... See also Severn Barrage A list of ten proposed projects was published in July 2008 ... The 5 schemes are Shoots Barrage (1.05GW scheme located downstream of the new Severn road crossing with an estimated construction cost of £3.2bn) Beachley Barrage (625MW scheme located further upstream ... potential would come from an Ilfracombe-Gower barrage, much further west than any of the schemes the Feasibility Study considered ...
Famous quotes containing the word barrage:
“The rising power of the United States in world affairs ... requires, not a more compliant press, but a relentless barrage of facts and criticism.... Our job in this age, as I see it, is not to serve as cheerleaders for our side in the present world struggle but to help the largest possible number of people to see the realities of the changing and convulsive world in which American policy must operate.”
—James Reston (b. 1909)
“Are you more likely to tolerate drivel than you were four years ago? I think the answer is yes. Four years of Reagan has deadened the senses against a barrage of uninterrupted nonsense.”
—Alexander Cockburn (b. 1941)