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mow

The loft in a barn for storage of hay.
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Next time I mow the lawn, I may cook a few cups and have the neighbors over for grass.
I found that I could mow a third acre of tall, thick timothy in a bit less than three hours.
The poll was carried out to coincide with the Easter hols and the year's first mow for many.
The Film Works is also producing a book-inspired MOW, J.
Mow was an integral member of the management team that positioned the company's aerosol drug pipeline to be acquired for approximately $420 million by Gilead Sciences in 2006.
The first mow of the year is really important as it removes any dead grass tips left over from the winter and stimulates growth to help your lawn grow greener and more thickly.
It's been enjoyable working here," said Lewis White, who mows from 6:30 in the morning into the late afternoon.
4 km of new sewer pipe along Pembroke Avenue, Dorset Avenue, Cheshire Avenue and York Road, to increase the capacity of the sewerage network and cut the risk of flooding to 22 homes in Barley Mow.
Even so Baggies boss Mow bray was full of praise for the former England striker and believes he is firing on all cylinders, especially after a well-taken goal in last weekend's 5-0 win against Coventry.
Today, MOW has more than 1,500 volunteers -- individual citizens and others provided by corporations, churches and service organizations -- who serve approximately 400 daily clients.
The first is to set the cutting height of your mower at 3 inches and to mow frequently so that you do not remove more than one-third of the grass blade at each mowing.
The weight of the mower helps the spikes penetrate the root zone, allowing the user to mow and aerate at the same time- without the chunks of dirt traditional aerators leave behind.