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mow

The loft in a barn for storage of hay.
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8 With your back to the church, follow the mown path down the avenue of trees back towards the Gatehouse.
A keystone species of nature conservation, Phengaris teleius (Bergstrasser) butterfly and its host plant, Sanguisorba officinalis, showed the highest density on the patch mown once a year in autumn (Korosi et al.
Sites mown in May or twice a year (M, MS) had significantly shorter vegetation in June than sites mown in September (S) or abandoned ones (C) (Mann-Whitney test: [U.
It turned out the neighbor was painting the side of his house and the mower had shot freshly mown grass onto the fresh paint
Years later, with no animals or fields of my own to maintain, I enjoy mowing for its own sake, using the mown grass as garden mulch or compost.
You look over your shoulder and admire the neat, straight line of mown grass you have laid down, the empty row of stubble beside the tall grass waiting to be cut, breath the aroma of fresh cut hay, give a prideful sigh, and joyfully return to mowing.