Barrow

[sculpture] Barrow is a public sculpture by an American artist Jill Viney. It is located on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus, which is near downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The sculpture is just north of the Herron School of Art on New York Street. This sculpture is made from a double wall of fiberglass encasing a...
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barrow

A male pig castrated before reaching sexual maturity.
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barrow

[n] - the quantity that a barrow will hold 2. [n] - a cart for carrying small loads
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Barrow

A burial mound.
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barrow

Burial mound, usually composed of earth but sometimes of stones. Examples are found in many parts of the world. The two main types are long, dating from the Neolithic period (New Stone Age), and...
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Barrow

Mound(s) mound of earth and/or stone usually constructed to cover burials. The burials may be in any position, and be inhumations, cremations or might be in a cist. There are number of types, such as bell, disc, long, pond and round, based on the profile. Most examples in the northeast are quite plain to somewhere else, such as Wiltshire.
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Barrow

Bar'row (băr'ro) noun [ Middle English barow , from Anglo-Saxon beran to bear. See Bear to support, and confer Bier .] 1. A support having handles, and with or without a wheel, on which heavy or bulky things can be transported by hand. See Handbarrow , a...
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Barrow

Bar'row noun [ Middle English bergh , Anglo-Saxon beorg , beorh , hill, sepulchral mound; akin to German berg mountain, Goth. bairgahei hill, hilly country, and perhaps to Sanskrit brhant high, OIr. brigh mountain. Confer Berg , Berry a...
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barrow

A hog, especially. A male hog castrated. ... Origin: OE. Barow, bargh, AS. Bearg, bearh; akin to Icel. Borgr, OHG. Barh, barug, G. Barch. 95. ... 1. A large mound of earth or stones over the remains of the dead; a tumulus. ... 2. <chemical> A heap of rubbish, attle, etc. ... Origin: OE. Bergh, AS. Beorg, beorh, hill, sepulchral mound; akin to...
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barrow

barrowful noun the quantity that a barrow will hold
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barrow

lawn cart noun a cart for carrying small loads; has handles and one or more wheels
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Barrow

• (n.) A hog, esp. a male hog castrated. • (n.) A wicker case, in which salt is put to drain. • (n.) A large mound of earth or stones over the remains of the dead; a tumulus. • (n.) A support having handles, and with or without a wheel, on which heavy or bulky things can be transported by hand. See Handbarrow, and Wheelbarrow. &...
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Barrow

(from the article `permafrost`) The most conspicuous change in thickness of permafrost is related to climate. At Barrow, Alaska, U.S., the mean annual air temperature is -12° C (10° ... Barrow was incorporated as a city in 1959. It is connected with Anchorage (725 miles [1,165 km] south) and Fairbanks (500 miles [800 km] ... ...
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barrow

in England, ancient burial place covered with a large mound of earth. In Scotland, Ireland, and Wales the equivalent term is cairn. Barrows were ... [8 related articles]
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Barrow

A barrow is a mound of earth or stones raised to mark the resting-place of the dead. Barrows are distinguished, according to their shape, as long, bowl, bell, cone, broad barrows. The practice of barrow-burial is of unknown antiquity and almost universal, barrows being found all over Europe, in Northern Africa, Asia Minor, Afghanistan, Western Indi...
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barrow

barrow, in archaeology, a burial mound. Earth and stone or timber are the usual construction materials; in parts of SE Asia stone and brick have entirely replaced earth. A barrow built primarily of stone is often called a cairn. Barrows occur in many parts of the world; they were built during the Ne...
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Barrow

Barrow, river, c.120 mi (190 km) long, rising in the Slieve Bloom Mts., Co. Laoighis, central Republic of Ireland. It flows east to the Co. Kildare line, then south along the borders of several counties, past Athay (the head of navigation), Carlow, and New Ross, to Waterford Harbour. It receives the...
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Barrow

Barrow, city (1990 pop. 3,469), N Alaska; inc. 1958. It is the northernmost (71° 16' N) U.S. settlement and the trade center of the Alaska North Slope. Government agencies, Eskimo crafts, and tourism are important to the economy. A U.S. navy arctic research laboratory is there. Point Barrow,...
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Barrow

A young male pig that has been castrated
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barrow

Burial mound, usually composed of earth but sometimes of stones. Examples are found in many parts of the world. The two main types are long, dating from the Neolithic period (New Stone Age), and round, dating from the Mesolithic period (early Bronze Age). Barrows made entirely of stones are known as cairns. Long barrow Long barrows may be mere moun...
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Barrow

A neutered male is a barrow and the adult male is a boar.
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Barrow

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Barrow

[crater] Barrow is an old lunar crater that is located near the northern limb of the Moon. It lies between the crater Goldschmidt to the northwest and the irregular formation Meton to the northeast. To the southwest is W. Bond. The outer wall of Barrow has been heavily eroded by subsequent impacts, and reshaped by intruding craters. As a re...
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barrow

A male hog castrated before sexual maturity.
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Barrow

castrated male.
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