English barn

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English barn

1.A timber-framed barn built of wood or stone, usually connected to the house through a series of outbuildings.
2. Same as Yankee barn.
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As there was no getting into this place, and nothing was to be done but walk up and down, and look at it and the other buildings in the village (which were chiefly of wood, painted a dark red like English barns, and composed of many stories like English factories), I have nothing to communicate to the reader, beyond the scanty results I gleaned the while our purchases were making,
Sadly, there are more barns that need saving than people who want to save them," said Babcock, who maintains an inventory of about 20 antique barns -- Dutch Plantation Barns, German Swingbeam Barns, Scottish Barns, English Barns -- that are in desperate need of saving.

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