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mow

The loft in a barn for storage of hay.
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Glynwood were hoping to retain their crown but Barley Mow jumped out to a quick lead and never looked back, winning 6-0.
They have difficulty cutting through seed stalks and cannot be used to mow some warm season species that produce tough seed heads.
A survey conducted in April 2006 by Meals on Wheels Association of America (MOWAA) found that only a smattering of their member organizations had pet food programs in place, though most MOW organizations polled expressed a desire to begin a program.
The study also found, however, that most of the remaining MOW organizations polled expressed a desire to begin a program.
TONY Mow bray believes Kevin Phillips is back to his goal scoring best following his double against Plymouth Argyle
Miracle-Gro himself think I'll be any happier if I only have to mow the lawn twice a year?
I hired a 12-year-old boy to mow while I went to work on the projects inside.
Scythes have been used for centuries to mow grass for making hay, clearing land of bushes and small trees, keeping fields or lawns neat and tidy.
Here in Zone 5, I plant oats in early spring as soon as the ground can be worked, in late June, I mow the oats, spread a light layer of compost on the clippings, then till the space.
Best stress reliever: "I used to mow grass in West Tallahatchie, but in Cleveland, it's frowned upon.