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  • "Barbicide" by Dimitri Kouri depicts a guy's disastrous attempt to transform from scruffy to spiffy.

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  • "I've only shaved dogs before," Ferrell replied, as he went to work in between very liberal swigs of Barbicide.

    VIDEO: Will Ferrell Finally Shaves Conan's Beard

  • And Barbicide, the blue disinfectant that they clean combs with in barber shops, was invented in Brooklyn in 1947.

    A Toast to Gotham, Topped-Up

  • Alas, all the blue Barbicide in all the comb jars of the world could not help Man U, as they fell on penalty kicks in overtime 4-2, after playing to a scoreless tie.

    A Sports Weekend for the Patient

  • He learned the locations of blind pigs all over the city, the funeral parlors that filled bodies not with embalming fluid but with gin, the churches that offered something more than sacramental wine, and the barbershops whose Barbicide jars contained “blue ruin.”

    Middlesex

  • While guzzling Barbicide, Ferrell trimmed O'Brien with clippers, which he named "Excalibeard."

    The Seattle Times

  • The St. Baldrick's Foundation is grateful to its many volunteers (bald or not!), donors and sponsors, including Allied World, Barbicide, Dowling

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The St. Baldrick's Foundation is grateful to its many volunteers (bald or not!), donors and sponsors, including Allied World, Barbicide, Dowling & Partners, elope, Markit and PartnerRe.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • In February, St. Baldrick's announced the generous donation of products and support from Barbicide.

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  • The history of the Baptists in the city lies near the entry for Barbadians, Barbicide brand of disinfectant products invented by Marice King in

    The New Yorker

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