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Barette (sport)         
FORM OF FOOTBALL ORIGINATING IN THE SOUTH-WEST OF FRANCE
Barette, Barrette or Barrette Acquitaine was a form of football, originating in the south-west of France. Very similar in outward appearance to rugby union, it was codified in the 1880s and evolved into a popular women's team sport in the 1920s before disappearing shortly before the Second World War.
Sport (botany)         
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PART OF A PLANT DIFFERENT FROM THE REST
Bud sport; Sport balls; Sport ball; Reversion (botany); Sports (plant); Sport (plant)
In botany, a sport or bud sport, traditionally called lusus, is a part of a plant that shows morphological differences from the rest of the plant. Sports may differ by foliage shape or color, flowers, fruit, or branch structure.
Le Véloce-sport         
  • Le Véloce-sport, edition 1, Thursday, March 5, 1885
Le Véloce-sport was a leading French cycling periodical that was founded in Bordeaux in 1885. It was the organiser and publicist of the first running of the Bordeaux–Paris cycle race in 1891.

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Barette (sport)
Barette, Barrette or Barrette Acquitaine was a form of football, originating in the south-west of France. Very similar in outward appearance to rugby union, it was codified in the 1880s and evolved into a popular women's team sport in the 1920s before disappearing shortly before the Second World War.