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Barry, Vale Of Glamorgan - Notable People
... See CategoryPeople from Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. ...
Todd Barry - Life and Career
... Barry was born in The Bronx, New York, and grew up in Florida ... In 2004 Todd Barry was featured in an animated series called Shorties Watchin' Shorties ... the first season of Flight of the Conchords, Barry played Todd, a bongo playing megalomaniac, who tries to introduce the song, "Doggy Bounce," to the Conchords' repertoire, and a ...
Scooter Barry
... Richard Francis "Scooter" Barry IV (born August 13, 1966) is a retired American professional basketball player ... Barry was born in San Francisco, California, the son of Hall of Famer Rick Barry, and has three brothers Drew, Jon, and Brent who also share his profession ... He is the only Barry not to play in the NBA ...
List Of Major League Baseball Record Holders - Batting Records (1876–present) - Single-season
440 1894 Most doubles Earl Webb 1931 ... Most triples Chief Wilson 1912 ... Most home runs Barry Bonds 2001 ... Most runs batted in Hack Wilson 1930 ... Most ...
Kevin Barry (baseball)
... Kevin Thomas Barry (born August 18, 1978) is an American former right-handed pitcher for the Atlanta Braves and area scout ... Barry grew up in West Windsor Township, New Jersey and is a graduate of West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South ... Barry was one of two pitchers (Chuck James being the other) called up from the Braves farm system after the release of Mike Remlinger ...

Famous quotes containing the word barry:

    Let’s face it, we became ingrown, clannish, and retarded. Cut off from the mainstream of humanity, we came to believe that pink is “flesh-color”, that mayonnaise is a nutrient, and that Barry Manilow is a musician.
    Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)

    But whether on the scaffold high,
    Or in the battle’s van,
    The fittest place where man can die
    Is where he dies for man.
    —Michael J. Barry (1817–1889)