barriers
[barriers]
noun
1. Plural form of barrier.
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2. And their weak wings beat against their barriers, ¬óbarriers of caste, of youth, of life; at last, in dangerous moments, against everything that opposed even a whim.
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3. Asked what he had to offer as a leader, Seremane, who turns 68 in August, said there was a "great role" he could play in helping to transcend what he called barriers to democracy in South Africa.
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4. Breaking down those barriers is one of the great leaps forward that a community can begin to facilitate.