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grange

History an outlying farmhouse in which a religious establishment or feudal lord stored crops and tithes in kind

grange

1. A farm.
2. A farmhouse and its out-buildings.
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To give me a true account of all that happened at the Abbey Grange last night--a TRUE account, mind you, with nothing added and nothing taken off.
The award, which recognizes local and state Granges that faithfully uphold their duties for the year, was given at a special reception held Nov.
HOLDEN - While there might be few who know exactly what their local Grange is all about, members of the 21st-century Granges are setting out to change that.
There are Granges out in the country, but there are Granges in the city, too - likely closer than you think.
By 1875, the Dominion Grange proudly noted that there were 500 subordinate Granges and well over 20,000 members of the Patrons of Husbandry in Canada.
Granges also emphasize social interaction, including performing amateur plays for one another in annual festivals.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Granges Inc.
Richings commented that Oviedo will play a key role in expanded South American exploration programs for both Granges and Zamora and is a welcome addition to the Zamora team.
Richings, Atlas' president and chief operating officer, will become the president and chief executive officer of Granges Inc.
announces the signing of a subscription agreement with Granges Inc.
18, 1873, in Reading, Berks County, with a total of 25 local Granges across the state.
Today the Board of Directors of Granges AB decided to propose the Annual General Meeting of Granges AB to give the Board of Directors authorisation to implement a buy-back programme for shares in Granges.