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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Pinehills, LLC, a "master-planned community" here, has said yesterday it will open a 13,000-square-foot full-service grocery store that will be housed in a structure resembling "a vintage New England barn," and hearken back to the days of small-town grocers and personal service.
THE STORY: Young pig Wilbur (voiced by Dominic Scott Kay) is moved into a New England barn presided over by the spider Charlotte (Roberts).
They will be joined by architect Holly Cratsley in converting a New England barn into a cottage during this season's series.
It is a wonderful multi-use facility that still fits into the mold of a New England barn," she said
Cabins are simple, the dining hall is refurbished old New England barn, and simple arts and crafts are made primarily from recycled materials found at camp.
Yankee barns, also called New England barns, allowed for more cattle to be housed, and were the first step in a continuing trend of larger barns to accommodate more animals.
In addition to his "Holy Relic" series, Holloway also has his "Rural Decay" series, which features New England barns in various stages of disrepair, prints of which are very popular at The Framer's Gallery in Auburn, where he works part time.
The eye darts from quaint New England barns, breezy tropical palms, and huge slices of cheese-oozing pizza to Victorian playing cards, rainbow Popsicles, Troll dolls, Ukrainian eggs, and swathes of candy corn.

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